1. Was my resignation valid since there was no acceptance letter issued to me by my company accepting my resignation? I should have a copy of the acceptance letter from my employer after i gave my resignation as an acknowledgment that they "accepted" my resignation, right?
2. Though there were clearly (and admittedly) key performance metrics that i was responsible for that was not meeting goal - my monthly score card (and mid-year appraisal from my boss) were all PASSING with favorable comments / feedback from my direct boss. Essentilly, i was charged, judged and eventually executed for KPIs that are not even direct components of my score card which i am being measured on - and it didnt matter that my monthly rating on my score card were all passing.
3. Was it also legal that given the fact that at that time i was critically ill (which i made a full recovery eventually) they asked me to just "resign?" I dont think it was my fault that i got ill and was impossible for me to report to work - nobody wants or deliberately gets ill, right? These sort of things happen in life.
4. I have screen shots of my ratings for my monthly score card and mid-year appraisal (including my boss' feedback) and the medical certificate issued by the hospital that admitted me confirming my conditon and the date inclusive of my stay there - are these enough together with my story of what happened build a (strong) labor base of illegal dismissal againts my former employer?
This all happened 4 months ago and i really want to know and for my own peace of mind if what happened to me was valid / legal or this is a case of illegal dismissal (since there was no due process that happend, i wasnt given a chance to defend myself, and they took advantage of the fact that i was critically ill with a life threatening condition).
Thank you for your time in reading this and would appreciate your quick response regarding my concern.