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Managing Permanent Part-Timers

QUESTION

Dear all,

We are in service industry and hires permanent part-timers. There are instances where these part-timers just can’t work for a month or so after awhile, sometimes not contactable or unable to commit schedule. In such instances, do we treat them as resignation? Or can we just terminate their contract?

Appreciate your professional advise. Thanks a lot!

WW

 


 

REPLIES & COMMENTS

REPLY 1

Hi WW,

As per EA legislation:

“Your employer can terminate employment without notice if:

-You are absent from work continuously for more than 2 working days, without approval or a good excuse.

-You are absent from work continuously for more than 2 working days without informing or attempting to inform your employer of the reason.”

HS

 


 

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