What happens if i don work my notice when quitting work?
You know you signed a contract and you must honor it. I don’t know what promises they made you that have not as yet come to pass, but that makes no difference at this point. That’s something you should have brought to their attention sooner than this. When a friend of the family passes away it is not a given that you would receive time off no matter how close they were. Time off is reserved for close family members only at most companies. You must grieve this loss on your own time. The rest sounds like justification for what you wish to do, and that is not honor your contract. It doesn’t sound as though you’ve been out in the world working for any length of time or you would know these things and be able to tolerate your co-workers or fit in with them somehow. Ask them if they wish you to adhere to your contract. If they do, work your month and leave. If not, I’m sure they’ll be happy to let you go.
You will forfit your 1 months pay,thats why they make you sign a contract stating you will work 1 months notice,if and when it doesnt work out and you leave on the spot,they keep your months pay as an entiltement pay. The best thing you can do is give them 1 months notice,date your resignation and state your giving 1 months notice as of –/–/– date and photocopy it and give them the original. This way you will receive all money owed to you. Also another point to note is,how long is your probationary period?check your contract that you dont forfit your months wage if you resign in your probationary period. I had a job like that a few years ago,if you left within 2 years of starting they sued you for the training money they spent on you(was on the railway) and its another way of keeping you there so its just a point to keep a note of.
OMG – it sounds like you work at the exact same place I did a year ago – I hated it so much, it made me physically ill. They were the rudest, most insensitive people I’d ever come across. I don’t know what your contract says, maybe that you’ll owe them money if you don’t fulfill your contract. You have to decide if that amount of money is worth it if thats the case, or tell them you want out of your contract early.