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Resignation due to termination of dishonest act

Alicia Khor
Member
Tue, 08 May 2012 02:47:45 PM  (Last updated: Wed, 09 May 2012 05:15:26 PM)

Dear KL Siew,

Good day to you.

Let me brief my case to you. I have received 3 letters from HR related to act of serious misconduct of dishonest dental claims and asking to reply. I have reply the explanation for the 1st letter and HR have called to dentist for explanation too, but HR issued the second letter and wanted me to find solid proof which I do not have any. And the 3rd letter being issued to me again asking for the proof. I feel very tired and pressure for all this which drag almost two months.

I would like to ask can I still tender resignation after receiving letter of misconduct? Can HR reject my resignation? Please advice.

Any department can I refer to for further clarification?

Your assist is much appreciate.

Thank you!

KL Siew
Administrator
Wed, 09 May 2012 05:15:26 PM

If you cannot substentiate your medical claim you may have to see what disciplinary action they are going to take against you. As for resignation, I think your HR should be quite agreeable if you are willing to resign. Discuss with your HR about your intention and see whay will happen. You may consult the Labour Department if you wish.

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