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Resignation under Probationary Period

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1 Resignation under Probationary Period on Tue Jun 12, 2012 9:58 pm


Arresto Menor

At this time po, i wanna ask also an advice regarding my situation.

I am currently employed under a probationary period of 180 days but as of the moment I want to render a resignation because i am not comfortable working wih my immediate head anymore for the reason that she humiliates me infront of my other co-workers if and when i am not able to get what she is asking for or my deliverable on a given day or if she doesnt like what i'm doing or if I commit minor mistakes on the data i'm providing her. This scenarios makes me feel bad and somehow degrades me that is why I wanna resign.

I just wanna ask if i am allowed to render an immediate resignation even if I am under the probationary period still? Thank You!

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2 Re: Resignation under Probationary Period on Wed Jun 13, 2012 3:52 am


Reclusion Temporal
check your probationary employment contract if there is a provision regarding this matter. But, generally yes you can resign but you have to serve at least a one month notice to you r employer. But you may resign immediately and without notice if your employer seriously insults you, accords inhuman and unbearable treatment, commits a crime against you or your immediate family, or does other acts similar to any of those mentioned.(see Article 285 of the Labor Code)

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3 Re: Resignation under Probationary Period on Wed Aug 15, 2012 10:40 am

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Arresto Menor
In connection po sa resignation under probationary period, my contract has agreements like these:
I have to pay the company the cash bond or actual cost whichever is higher as payment for the recruitment and training expenses for any of the following incidents:
a. Voluntary withdrawal from the training;
b. Termination of the training contract for violation of the rules and regulation of the company;
c. Refusal to accept probationary employment after the training; and
d. Voluntary separation within the 6-months probationary period.

Gaya nga ng namention above, I also have a hard time to work because of my senior. She insults me and I feel really humiliated and I dislike to work in my company now. Moreover, my manager just told me to bear with this situation but it's not that easy to see in the same place that causes me to have self-esteem and confidence.

I can't resign in my company now because of the cash bond. If I underperform I still have to pay the cash bond because of one of the agreements mentioned above which is "Termination of the training contract for violation of the company's rules and regulations."

This is the first time in my career that I feel that I really hate my job. It's so difficult to wake up each day feeling this stress.

Please help me. Thank you.

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4 Re: Resignation under Probationary Period on Thu Aug 16, 2012 10:14 pm


you can look up employment bond threads on the forum. discussed extensively

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