Hi Mr Gilbert,
I need a piece of advice from you.
My General Manager was being informed by her hotel friend about me submitting my resume for a job application (I was not called up for interview). With this reason, the company decided to terminate me and asked me to submit my resignation letter to company.
I insist not to, because I don’t intend to resign. Since the company wants to terminate me, I want to get the letter of termination from the company instead.
They had given me the letter today.
There is no reason for my termination and I have to serve a one month notice?! Which I don’t intend to since they are saying my heart and soul is not with the company.
I strongly believe the company needs to have a reason for terminating me. Looking for other job opportunity is not an act of misconduct.
And I hope you can help me with this? I have yet to sign on the letter of termination.
Hope to hear from you soon! Thank you for your help!
Thanks for your mail and sorry to hear of your predicament.
Right now, company can terminate any staff anyhow sometimes without proper proof and reason.
There is also no where that you can seek proper redress as both MOM and TAFEP are rather toothless when it comes to litigation matters regarding unfair dismissal.
Given the nature of the circumstances I doubt its also easy for you to stay on and continue working.
Its also clear that perhaps your service is not so stable with this company and they find the slightest reason to terminate you? I am just speculating.
The one-month termination notice should be specified from your contract. Please check.
One only hopes that you can learn something out of the whole ordeal.
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