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1 resigning from uniformed service on Wed Jun 04, 2014 1:30 am

loneranger20


Arresto Menor
good day to all atty's! my question is in regard to the situation im currently in. im a jail officer and a member of the bureau of jail management and penology(BJMP). right now, i feel like a prisoner myself. from the work schedule to the bossy and ahole superiors we have(not all though. but some). id rather be my own boss, work on my own time, spend more time with my wife than to report to duty. i so badly want to resign. i have a current loan of 150k from the bureaus cooperative. my question is, how will this affect my resignation letter if i decide to notify the bureau thru resignation letter that i want to quit the job. lets say, ill put in my resignation letter that ill render 30 days and after that i quit. can they force me to work until i can pay up or they will grant me my resignation provided that ill pay the remaining balance. cause im worried that they might not allow me to resign and if they do that, i will really be forced to go awol. what legal consequence will i face in the future? this has been my dilema for a week now.

pls help/enlighten/share your thoughts. thank you

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2 Re: resigning from uniformed service on Wed Jun 04, 2014 9:22 am

council


Reclusion Perpetua
loneranger20 wrote:good day to all atty's! my question is in regard to the situation im currently in. im a jail officer and a member of the bureau of jail management and penology(BJMP). right now, i feel like a prisoner myself. from the work schedule to the bossy and ahole superiors we have(not all though. but some). id rather be my own boss, work on my own time, spend more time with my wife than to report to duty. i so badly want to resign. i have a current loan of 150k from the bureaus cooperative. my question is, how will this affect my resignation letter if i decide to notify the bureau thru resignation letter that i want to quit the job. lets say, ill put in my resignation letter that ill render 30 days and after that i quit. can they force me to work until i can pay up or they will grant me my resignation provided that ill pay the remaining balance. cause im worried that they might not allow me to resign and if they do that, i will really be forced to go awol. what legal consequence will i face in the future? this has been my dilema for a week now.

pls help/enlighten/share your thoughts. thank you

You might be allowed to resigned but won't be cleared until you pay off your accountabilities.

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