Resignation during on leave

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asked on Oct 18, 2014 at 00:54
Can employee submit resignation during annual leave?
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answered on Oct 18, 2014 at 02:48

Dun be shy..

Are you giving 24hrs notice or as per your appointment letter.??

Yes, you can. The most your employer can do is to deduct from your wages as per your employment contract for "in lieu of sufficient notice".

How long have you been working in the market.?
It would be professional to give sufficient notice so that your employer can get a replacement.

Any unspeakable reasons.??

Do you like it if your employer terminates your employment by the giving of 24hrs notice.??
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answered on Oct 18, 2014 at 03:30
sorry for the confusion. I will serve 3 months notice as per employment letter. But due to new company requirement, I need to tender my resignation next week. But I will be on leave next week for the whole week. In order to save time, I plan to tender resignation by email to my boss during my annual leave. So, wish to check if this is acceptable by Employment Act. Thanks.
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answered on Oct 19, 2014 at 14:37
Yes you can tender your resignation during your annual leave because annual leave would be taken into account in computing your notice period.
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answered on Oct 19, 2014 at 19:40

Wow..!! 3 months notice?? "Old Bird" in the market? You should be in the IT sofware line..?? Nvm, you can even email right now, and follow up with a hard copy when u report to work nxtnxtweek. Did u know also ppl can sms a "divorce" nowadays for certain ppl.. Hahahaa.

If the new co needs you urgently, after 1.5 months, nego a "early release" with current co., and get B&W from the current company to allow you. Make sure you make a proper handover asap. If yr co dun do it, do your handover list yourself and get it approved by your dept head. Then you can chow earlier..

Shyshy.. dun b shy.. Good Luck.
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