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Suspension from work even though I've resign

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asked on Nov 1, 2013 at 15:35
by   babymilo
I've resigned and my last day is on 8/11/13. The HR has given me a letter of acceptance of my resignation. On 31/10, I got a letter of suspension from work from my HR and I've suspended from work from 31/10 - 7/11/13.

This is the case.
a. On 30/11, the management said I've awarded a job to a supplier which is a relative's company. They mentioned that I did not follow the proper procedure and SOP from the procurement.
2. I did not signed the PO but I did raised a purchase requisition form to the procurement and putting in the supplier as recommended.
3. Procurement department raised the official PO and send it to the supplier. The supplier delivered the stocks and then DO signed and Invoice given.

Now the management said I breach of trust? What sort of trust have I breached? The management mentioned I am not being transparent but at the first day I've put in the info of this supplier company in my application form. Am I not transparent?

Also there is no employee handbook given to me when I first day joined the company and it also didn't stated that suppliers that are related to me are not allowed in the business. I've only recommended the supplier and end of the day decision is up to the management? Hence, please advice, is it right to suspend me?
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answered on Nov 2, 2013 at 14:07
by   arun1011
Hi there

In view of the charges against you which are serious in nature, my advice would be for you to write to the Company and state that in view of these allegations leveled, you will retract the resignation and defend the allegations. I think that is the best course of option to you since you have a valid explanation in respect of the allegations.
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answered on Nov 4, 2013 at 21:28
by   babymilo
Thanks for the advice. But what other option I have apart of retracting my resignation letter.
I was called up by HR today and asked me to attend to a DI on my last day of work together with few other panel. Hence, what should I do? Please advise?
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answered on Nov 4, 2013 at 23:06
by   arun1011
Your only option is to attend the DI and defend the charges against you.
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answered on Nov 7, 2013 at 01:24
by   babymilo
Hi, i was called by HR that the DI has been cancelled. And HR informed i no need to go back to office on my last day. So what does that mean? Is it means the investigation outcome got no grounds against me?
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answered on Nov 7, 2013 at 03:38
by   arun1011
1. You can't read it that the investigation has revealed that there are no grounds against you unless the Company gives you a letter to that effect. I suspect the Company will just drop this issue and say they have accepted your resignation. If they do that, then it will be bad for you because this issue will still be hovering over your head and if any future employers do a reference check, the Company might just say that you resigned because of this issue.
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