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Resignation Issue

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asked on Jun 30, 2013 at 16:10
by   briancurtis111
I wanted to resign properly by giving all the necessary notices. However, my Boss threaten to reject my resignation and will proceed to sack me instead. The reason for sacking is pending tasks or KPI still not yet achieved. Can they do that? Please help...
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answered on Jul 1, 2013 at 00:23
by   arun1011
Hi Brian

Thank your lucky stars. I know you might think my advise is crazy but this is the fact. Your boss is absolutely dumb for rejecting your resignation and now intending to sack you. If i were you, I will let them dismiss me and then file a complaint at the Industrial Relations Department within 60 days. If the matter gets referred to Industrial Court and you win the case, you would be entitled to maximum of 24 months if your a permanent staff.
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answered on Jul 1, 2013 at 14:31
by   briancurtis111
Very sincere thanks @arun for your reply. I'm a bit relieved now but still feels very sad it has come to this stage.  For your info, I'm a permanent staff with clean records.  Getting sacked and going to the Industrial Court is the last thing in my mind. But if forced to, I have no choice, do I?  So sad, angry, shocked and stressed now. Hope to get out of this workplace as soon as possible.  Any advice?
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answered on Jul 1, 2013 at 21:51
by   arun1011
Hi Brian

I know how you feel. But you got to stay patient. Its hard but you got to do it. Just remember this will pass and just hope for the better. Keep documenting and getting all information which might be useful later. Save all your emails and documents in your personal pen drive or hard disk if you have one. You will never know how useful it will be later. And start looking for another job. That will keep you going and divert  your agony to a certain extent.
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answered on Jul 1, 2013 at 23:20
by   briancurtis111
Sincere thanks @arun for the advise. Really appreciate it. Ok, I guess I just have to face this head-on and get on with it and come out stronger...
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answered on Jul 1, 2013 at 23:40
by   briancurtis111
Hi arun, I have 1 more  concern. Will my company use my Resignation letter against me later in the Industrial Court? (Assuming they did sacked me and I file a case). Can they say I already wanted to resign in the first place???  Very appreciate your comment and advice. Thanks.
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answered on Jul 2, 2013 at 01:18
by   arun1011
Well they could argue about your resignation but since they did not accept it and proceeded to dismiss you, they have to justify the reasons for their dismissal. As such the issue of resignation does not arise any longer. If you need any further advice and advice on what to do in the event your dismissed, you can email me at arun1011@hotmail.com
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answered on Jul 2, 2013 at 14:58
by   briancurtis111
Sincerest thanks @arun.  Will do.  When life gives you lemon, make lemonade.. Thanks
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answered on Oct 13, 2013 at 03:36
by   lee1
Hi Arun ,

Really appreciate on your helpfulness here ...

Can I send my queries to yr mailbox instead of posting it here ?

Many many thanks
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answered on Oct 13, 2013 at 03:57
by   arun1011
Yes, you can email me at arun1011@hotmail.com
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answered on Oct 13, 2013 at 04:22
by   lee1
Really appreciated for yr prompt respond , Arun ... I hv send the email to yr mailbox ...Many many Thanks
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