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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by ColliePower, Jul 29, 2009.
Does anyone know?
Contact ACAS, they should be able to tell you.
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However they may be doing a favour as you cannot claim Job Seekers or other benefits if you resign, but can to if your employer terminated the contract.
Only if the resignation was not a "real" one - spur of the moment thing, misunderstanding etc.
why u asking?
Depending on what you got to win you can argue either side (on the benefits side its better to be sacked often but depending on the job sacking may mean losing some employment rights - holiday pay etc depending on the justificatio...)
if your employers have given a written notificatin of their acceptance of a written resignation then they can't say they're sacking you first.
if it was verbal then generally they've sacked you if you've received a letter stating they have terminated your contract.
You need written notification :yesnod: If you have that then no they cannot sack you.
Assuming that you have put you resignation in writing I would assume no!