I want to file my resignation letter to which I want to take effect immediately. I have made some research and I found out that I need to at least give my employer a thirty day notification which I am not sure if I can.
You see, I have been working in my present employment for going a year now and until now I am not sure of my status as an employee -whether I am regular or not. I know that, legally speaking, I am a regular now but I am not enjoying benefits that are normally given to us like sick leave and vacation leave.
My salary is also an issue to me because I am given a below the minimum rate. Originally, when I got hired, my manager told me that I would have an increase after six months which didn't happen. I also don't feel any growth as a professional. Although I am doing my task -which are very minimal- efficiently, I don't feel like my manager is satisfied. By the way, I was already told by a co-employee that he doesn't like me and he already told our employer to get me fired and that happened on my first month.
To say the least, I am very dissatisfied with job. And my question is up to what degree could I be held liable if I resign immediately? What could be the heaviest consequence for this? And what would be the best way to defend myself?
Thank you very much in taking time for my questions.
Good day again!