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extension ng pagrerender ng resignation

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1 extension ng pagrerender ng resignation on Wed Oct 21, 2015 7:08 pm


Arresto Menor
hi po nagpasa po ako ng resignation letter kahapon, tapos binalik nila ngayon.
kase di daw sila papayag na magimmediae resignation ako
(wala pang 1 month, request ko is november 12)
bale naiitindihan ko naman po yun. at ayos lang sakn na magone month ang KASO

pero yun may pinababago sila sakin, tanggalin ko daw yung request ko tapos. idagdag ko yung
"bawat absent na gagawin ko magdadagdag sa pagrerender"

legal po ba yung pinapadagdag nila sakin ? di napo kase ako pwedeng magextend pa dahil may lilipatan na din ako company this nov. 27 pa naman po.
tapos binigyan pa nila ako ng suspension letter dahl nagabsent ako ng monday kaht nagpaalam naman ako, ginawan pa din nila ng AWOL. tapos yung suspension TO BE SCHEDULED :3
pano po kaya yun

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2 Re: extension ng pagrerender ng resignation on Wed Oct 21, 2015 7:17 pm


Reclusion Perpetua
Kung tutuusin kasi, ang pagre-resign ay nangagailangan ng 30 days notice.

At kahit na magbigay ka ng tamang notice pero di mo natupad dahil di ka naman pumasok o nagkulang ang araw ng pag-render mo ng 30 days notice, balewala din lahat dahil wala ka naman sa opisina.

Kaya nagsasabi sila na dagdagan mo ang araw ng pag-render para mabuo ang 30 days.

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3 Re: extension ng pagrerender ng resignation on Mon Oct 26, 2015 5:02 pm


Those sound like retaliatory tactics by your employer. Just continue to render your 30 day resignation period then move on to your new job.

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