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1 Resignation on Tue Mar 25, 2014 1:55 am

jeffoie47


Arresto Menor
Hi and thank you in advance!

I am currently employed and am rendering my resignation. I was only able to render for about 20 days since my new employer gave me a short notice.

My current employer found out that I have another job and they wont sign my clearance unless I render for a total of 30 days.

I cannot do so because I will start on March 31 with my new employer.

Another concern is that, without my knowledge, the HR department enrolled dependents under my HMO account. I was being deducted money without my knowledge. they said they would give the money back but they have not done so until now. they did not give me a date as to when it will be credited back. I'm worried that they might not give that money back after I resign.

Is there a ground for them to not let me resign? or sign my clearance?

please advise.

Thank you!

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2 Re: Resignation on Tue Mar 25, 2014 8:53 am

council


Reclusion Perpetua
jeffoie47 wrote:Hi and thank you in advance!

I am currently employed and am rendering my resignation. I was only able to render for about 20 days since my new employer gave me a short notice.

My current employer found out that I have another job and they wont sign my clearance unless I render for a total of 30 days.

I cannot do so because I will start on March 31 with my new employer.

Another concern is that, without my knowledge, the HR department enrolled dependents under my HMO account. I was being deducted money without my knowledge. they said they would give the money back but they have not done so until now. they did not give me a date as to when it will be credited back. I'm worried that they might not give that money back after I resign.

Is there a ground for them to not let me resign? or sign my clearance?

please advise.

Thank you!

Well, you did not comply with the 30-day notice so in effect things will slow down for you. But eventually they will sign your clearance, but you might not be tagged as resigned - you may be considered AWOL and they may want to claim for damages.

How were they able to enrol dependents? Did you provide details of these (names, age, birthday) to them?

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