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HR is sending me a signal to resign myself

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  • 19
    Sounds like firing with extra steps.
  • 19
    If your country has social insurance, resigning on your own usually voids that, so that's not a good idea.
  • 2
    @Jilano @Fast-Nop these two combined seems to be the answer
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    @matt-jd Though that doesn't make much sense because the company doesn't have extra costs. They have already paid the insurance during paid occupation before. I mean. if the country has social insurance to begin with.

    However, it might be about the termination pay. Sometimes, companies hand that out for the mutual agreement not to sue them for further occupation. Obviously, quitting oneself has no such deal.
  • 9
    @Jilano if they fired me, I am entitled to two-month salaries, so they prefer employee to resign themselves
  • 1
    @Fast-Nop I hate to use the third-world term, so I am just gonna say that is my country is in south-east Asia but its not Singapore
  • 2
    @Fast-Nop the latter case is True
  • 2
    HR never does anything without a reason, and that reason is always in the company's best interest (though they might be quite delusional in what actually helps). They only help you in the rare instance of an overlap.

    That said, be wary of anything and everything coming from HR.
  • 0
    @Root Extend that to people in general.

    Because, even if we over-optimistically assume that only 10% of the people are shitty, what this means isn't that one out of ten you meet is shitty.

    Instead, it means that you're one of the unlucky 10% who meet shitty people all the time!
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    @Fast-Nop 😂

    Guess that means I'm one of the shitty people who thinks everyone is shitty then
  • 2
    Stay strong, believe in yourself and ignore the signals
  • 1
    @Root Or that you're too good-hearted - because no good deed goes unpunished. ^^
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    @Fast-Nop Maybe it's both? But that would make me naïve. 🤔

    Maybe.
    Or maybe I'm just too weak to actually be mean, but i desperately want to be. That's probably it.
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