CHAPTER_12_-_RESIGNATION_AND_RETIREMENT

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1 CHAPTER 12 – RESIGNATION CHAPTER 12 – RESIGNATION AND RETIREMENT AND RETIREMENT CHAPTER FOCUS: Consider why an employer should formally accept an employee’s resignation in writing Examine the requirement that a resignation must be voluntary and unequivocal;.
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2 CHAPTER FOCUS CONT’D CHAPTER FOCUS CONT’D Examine the obligations of, and risks to, an employer who dismisses an employee who has given notice of resignation; Review an employee’s obligation to provide notice of resignation; and Review matters relating to retirement of employees
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3 Resignations Resignations Employer should Accept Must be Voluntary In response to Constructive Dismissal May be by Conduct Dismissal after Notice of Resignation Reasonable Notice of Resignation Elimination of Mandatory Retirement
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4 RESIGNATIONS RESIGNATIONS RESIGNATION – Resignations should be formally accepted. A letter of resignation is typically binding on an employee absent coercion. However, there are some cases that suggest that an employee may retract a written
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