I'm from the Philippines, and I've been hired by this company for 3 months now. I'm still on a "trial" or probationary period. I read my probationary contract, and found no mention of advanced notice when resigning.
However, in the employee handbook, for resignation, they require a 30-day notice. Now I'm not sure if this applies for probationary or just for regular. It also said that for probationary employees:
The employment relationship may be terminated at any time, with cause, by the Company, or extended by mutual agreement.
So does this mean I can also just terminate my employment at any time since they can do that to me while on probationary?
Another factor to consider that bothers me is that the labor code here (Philippines) states that an employee must give 30-day notice. No mention what kind of employee. If regular or not.
How do you go about this if I really need to resign immediately? I really can't do another day at this job let alone a whole month.
I want to immediately resign because of many reasons including this thread I did a few days back: Boss is telling me to download software but they didn't provide me a work computer so I'm using my own. Can I refuse?