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Old 04-04-2015, 03:46 AM
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Hi all,

My employer calculates salary based on calendar days. We have a 5-day work week. If i am going to tender my resignation, can I put my last day on a Sunday?

One more question is whether I can tender my resignation on 4th Apr and put the "with effect from 5th Apr...."

Thanks in advance.

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can, but it will auto b moved forward to friday. that's the last working day.

if you start from 5th, make sure the total days in the period tally with the agreement signed - that you need to notify at least 30 days in advance.

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Hi all,

My employer calculates salary based on calendar days. We have a 5-day work week. If i am going to tender my resignation, can I put my last day on a Sunday?

One more question is whether I can tender my resignation on 4th Apr and put the "with effect from 5th Apr...."

Thanks in advance.
why not? usually if your notice ends on sat or sun, they will move it forward to fri. unless your coy hr really geh gao.



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can, but it will auto b moved forward to friday. that's the last working day.

if you start from 5th, make sure the total days in the period tally with the agreement signed - that you need to notify at least 30 days in advance.
im not TS

If the last day can use a weekend day, does that mean we can include all weekends as well when counting 30 days..??

I havent heard of counting weekend before


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im not TS

If the last day can use a weekend day, does that mean we can include all weekends as well when counting 30 days..??

I havent heard of counting weekend before
Have to check with your company HR. Usual practice is calendar days notice, not work days. Example if you tender on 4 April, last day is 3 May. Since 3 May is a Sunday, brought forward to 30 April (1 May is PH). Though in this case I would tender a few days later to get the free PH.
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Thanks all. I will try it out and keep everyone informed!
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Hi all,

My employer calculates salary based on calendar days. We have a 5-day work week. If i am going to tender my resignation, can I put my last day on a Sunday?

One more question is whether I can tender my resignation on 4th Apr and put the "with effect from 5th Apr...."

Thanks in advance.
Tender letter must indicate Sunday as last day in service but clearence will auto move forward to friday work day? any HR can advice whether this applies to gov sector?
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