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1 Employee Problem on Sun Nov 27, 2016 8:40 am

r3nd3zv0us


Arresto Menor
Sir,

2 days palang ako sa site ko at fresh grad din so wala pang hands on exp sa work. Di ko kaya yung stress at pressure sa work kasi sobrang dami ng kailangan kong hawakan at wala pa talaga akong alam sa ibang procedures. Another thing, lahat pala ng technical concern is sakin mapupunta, wala man lang akong katulong or matatanungan dun if ever. Licensed engr ako at fresh grad, i am thinking to resign in the company. Contractual employee ako at nagsign ako for 1 year contract. Papayagan po kaya akong magresign ng supervisor ko kahit 2 days palang ako sa site?

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2 Re: Employee Problem on Sun Nov 27, 2016 9:31 am

johnlocke1290


Arresto Mayor
Usually they don't, but try to talk to your supervisor.

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3 Re: Employee Problem on Sun Nov 27, 2016 9:37 am

r3nd3zv0us


Arresto Menor
Pero sir need ko bang tapusin yung 1 year contract ko? Or pwede ako magresign kahit hindi pa natatapos yung 1 year na yun kasi pakiramdam ko talagang hindi ako tatagal magtrabaho dito.

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4 Re: Employee Problem on Sun Nov 27, 2016 11:32 am

johnlocke1290


Arresto Mayor
It depends what is stipulated in the contract, but usually they won't allow it.

Learn to endure all the hardship since this is your first job, once you learned all the ropes, things will become easier. Don't give up this should be a learning experience for you. No one ever succeeds just by giving up.

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5 Re: Employee Problem on Sun Nov 27, 2016 5:56 pm

HrDude


Reclusion Perpetua
ALL employees, whether contractual or not, has the right to resign. If he is not allowed to do so, this is 'involuntary servitude' which is against the law.

HINDI pwedeng hindi ka payagan literally. Ano yun, ikakandado gate para di ka lumabas? wala silang magagwa kung magresign ka, pero alalahanin mo na pwede ka nilang kasuhan para sa 'damages' ayon sa batas.

If you resign, note however, that you should bear the consequences of your resignation. If your contains stipulations of 'damages', you have to bear such stipulations.

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