I'm currently employed in a Swiss company which I am about to leave.
I am working from home (in France) most of the time, but usually come in Swiss office every two weeks. I have absolutely no hard feeling for my current company, quite the opposite, so I'd like to present my resignation in person, face to face, so that I can explain and discuss my decision. It also feels more professional and respectful than just sending an official letter.
The problem I can see is that the boss is not often in the office, and I'm not sure who else can acknowledge (sign ?) my resignation letter. I'd like not to wait several two weeks periods for a chance to meet the boss, because my new employer obviously would like me to start as soon as possible. Chances are high that the company's CTO will be there, would that be a valid and legal alternative ?
I'm mainly looking for legal answers here: I obviously would not want to learn after the fact that my resignation wasn't official. In my case, I have two contracts (one swiss, and one french that is linked to it, for the time spent in France), so I'm also not sure exactly which laws apply regarding the usual mandatory 3 months resignation period.
Any lights here ?