"If you decide to resign your position, you should give your supervisor as much notice as
possible but not less than two (2) weeks written notice. If you can or would like to give more
than two (2) weeks of notice, please discuss this option with your supervisor. The company is
not obligated to allow you to work any days after a notice has been given. You will be paid only
for those days that you have worked. Failure to give recommended notice may disqualify you
from future consideration for re-employment."
The company won't allow me a graceful exit unless I render the 30 days. Is there a legal basis for them to do that considering that on the time I signed the contract, the Employee Manual that goes with it says "you should give your supervisor as much notice as
possible but not less than two (2) weeks written notice."
They were claiming that the Employee's Handbook has been amended already to follow the 30 day rule, through an HR Bulletin they sent a year and a half ago. Which of the two "resignation rule" should apply to me? The "not less than two weeks" or the 30 days? If they enforce to me the 30 day period, I would have to report to 2 employers everyday. Need help regarding this matter.