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"Resign Or Sack" Which Is The Best Option by hefeeluv: 11:41am On Nov 21, 2019
Lately at office, i had a little issue with the MD which obviously wasn't my fault. I was appointed to fixed up a projecting device for their meeting at GRA. Got there fixed up the devices, tested it and was working all well, just for me to hear the next day that the device wasn't working. So was sent there again with the head of unit, we got there and to my surprise one of the device wasnt working and did our best.
Obviously at this moment the MD is verbally and countenance mad at me.Even though wasn't given Tfare for the two days i went out
Now i was told by the head of my unit is best for me to Resign by this month than being sack.
I worked with Indians
Pls all nairalander what is the best option for me now, cause i was told if i was sacked it would be a bottle neck for me in the for my next employer.
Re: "Resign Or Sack" Which Is The Best Option by Officialgarri: 11:44am On Nov 21, 2019
Don't resign yet. If you are sacked, it won't reflect on your CV. Just relax hmm?

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Re: "Resign Or Sack" Which Is The Best Option by bluebay(m): 11:48am On Nov 21, 2019
We've all knows both are same since the first Exit of Mourinho from Chelsea grin

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Re: "Resign Or Sack" Which Is The Best Option by manny4u(m): 11:52am On Nov 21, 2019
Just wait, and see how things go before the end of the month

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Re: "Resign Or Sack" Which Is The Best Option by nengibo: 11:58am On Nov 21, 2019
manny4u:
Just wait, and see how things go before the end of the month
Yea, his enemies might be trying to frustrate him out of the company
Re: "Resign Or Sack" Which Is The Best Option by hefeeluv: 12:11pm On Nov 21, 2019
Officialgarri:

Don't resign yet. If you are sacked, it won't reflect on your CV. Just relax hmm?
Does any employer do any back checking of their intending employee of their previous organisation during interview or aftermath?

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Re: "Resign Or Sack" Which Is The Best Option by oz4real83(m): 12:16pm On Nov 21, 2019
Be patient.
Re: "Resign Or Sack" Which Is The Best Option by fairy88: 12:23pm On Nov 21, 2019
Don't resign.... they will not sack you.

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Re: "Resign Or Sack" Which Is The Best Option by Officialgarri: 12:27pm On Nov 21, 2019
hefeeluv:

Does any employer do any back checking of their intending employee of their previous organisation during interview or aftermath?

Forget all these things you read online, there are only a few employers that will take their time to spy on your old records.

Just relax, collect this month salary, start scouting for new jobs and resume a new office in January.. Kapish?
Re: "Resign Or Sack" Which Is The Best Option by Nobody: 2:29pm On Nov 21, 2019
If you resign, will you still get your salary Since today is 21th? If yes, then go ahead.
Re: "Resign Or Sack" Which Is The Best Option by CallofDuty(m): 3:35pm On Nov 21, 2019
F**cking indians..Hate them to my bone marrow...
Re: "Resign Or Sack" Which Is The Best Option by blissbliss: 5:07pm On Nov 21, 2019
It’s better to get sacked than resigning in some cases and organizations as there’d be severance packages.
Re: "Resign Or Sack" Which Is The Best Option by Mustack: 8:08pm On Nov 21, 2019
CallofDuty:
F**cking indians..Hate them to my bone marrow...

Am planning to free myself from them come next year..

I got to realise no holiday during Christmas.

Despite working every Saturday.
Re: "Resign Or Sack" Which Is The Best Option by smartleo(m): 8:10pm On Nov 21, 2019
blissbliss:
It’s better to get sacked than resigning in some cases and organizations as there’d be severance packages.

The only person that made sense since morning

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Re: "Resign Or Sack" Which Is The Best Option by yemosquare: 8:38pm On Nov 21, 2019
Don't resign. Depending on your terms of employment, you are supposed to give a notice before resignation or pay in lieu of notice. If you resign, you may not get any money.

You may not be sacked eventually. Don't die before you are killed.
Re: "Resign Or Sack" Which Is The Best Option by pearls336: 10:37pm On Nov 21, 2019
Yes they do,as long as you put them on your CV
Re: "Resign Or Sack" Which Is The Best Option by SoNature(m): 5:33am On Nov 24, 2019
hefeeluv:

Does any employer do any back checking of their intending employee of their previous organisation during interview or aftermath?

You see, there are.

However, where that usually happens is when you are going to handle money, meaning that it's common in Nigeria's banking sector.

It is common when you are seeking a key position in the bank NOT graduate trainee

In other sectors, it's not common, except for a few multinational companies.

Please don't resign from your job.

The issue on ground is so trivial for any serious company to sack a competent staffer.

Your superiors can only consider a sack if they noticed that you are incompetent, so they are always looking for an opportunity to drop the Sledge hammer on you.

Again, jobs are hard to get these days
Re: "Resign Or Sack" Which Is The Best Option by Mustack: 9:51am On Nov 24, 2019
SoNature:


You see, there are.

However, where that usually happens is when you are going to handle money, meaning that it's common in Nigeria's banking sector.

It is common when you are seeking a key position in the bank NOT graduate trainee

In other sectors, it's not common, except for a few multinational companies.

Please don't resign from your job.

The issue on ground is so trivial for any serious company to sack a competent staffer.

Your superiors can only consider a sack if they noticed that you are incompetent, so they are always looking for an opportunity to drop the Sledge hammer on you.

Again, jobs are hard to get these days

Job are hard but they treat staff like slaves

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