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End of Probationary Contract but Employer insists on making me render 30 days

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Arresto Menor
Hi! My probationary contract ends on March 25 but my employer insists that I still render 30 days after the 25th because I told them that I would not be continuing anymore when my probationary contract ends.

I don't want to stay in the company anymore due to urgent personal concerns. Is it necessary that I still render 30 days even if my probationary contract will end? Thanks for the help if anyone answers this! I'm actually very anxious and distraught because of having to tender 30 more days within the company.

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Reclusion Perpetua
no you do not have to render 30 days. you can leave as soon as the contract terminates

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Reclusion Perpetua
no you do not have to render 30 days. you can leave as soon as the contract terminates, make sure however that it is a fixed date contract. meaning that it ends on the said date, not that evaluation etc is on that date

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imo, you need to render 30 day notice because it is in the discretion of the employer whether the proby contract continue to regularization. your only way of terminating the employer-employee relationship is by resignation

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Reclusion Perpetua
But if you are required to work for another 30 days and your tenure exceeds 180 day (six months), then I believe that you would be regularized by operation of law. Probationary employment only has a maximum of 6 months, so I believe that you should be treated accordingly in case you are regularized during your 30-day stay.

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