resignation due to acts of dishonesty
1 resignation due to acts of dishonesty on Tue Jul 05, 2011 10:11 am
2 Re: resignation due to acts of dishonesty on Tue Jul 05, 2011 6:07 pm
if you've settled your obligations, you can claim that as a defense against an estafa case.
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3 Re: resignation due to acts of dishonesty on Wed Jul 06, 2011 11:38 am
To start a new slate. You can consider applying for a job where previous employments do not really matter (usually a low rank position) and hope they wont ask about it soon. If admitted, keep mum on your previous employments then show them that you are an honest and diligent man (reformed actually) until you will be able to climb the ranks again. By then, maybe they can ignore your past mistake with your old company because they have seen a lot of your honesty and fairness already.
Better still, start a small business of your own if you still have some money so you wont have to submit your resume to anyone.
God bless you and may the lesson of the past be not lost. Share it to your children - and to younger employees you encounter - advising them not to follow suit. Honesty is more rewarding in the long run. Its effects can be felt even in life hereafter.
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