a. An employee may terminate without just cause the employee-employer relationship by serving a written notice on the epmloyer at least one (1) month in advance. The employer upon whom no such notice was served may hold the employee liable for damages.
I represent the employer. I would like to stop this rampant practice by most resigning employees to tender "effective today" or "effective immediately" resignation letters. What can the company possibly do that is legally right.
What damages can I hold the employee, who fails to notify 30-days in advance, liable?
Can I include these as deduction in his final pay?
Would it be right legally, not to issue him a certification of employment if he fails the 30-day notice?
Can I write a reply-letter not accepting such immediate resignation and if he proceeds with the immediate resignation he would be AWOL and by AWOL, the company has the right not to issue him certificate of employment?
Any more suggestions please.