I only had my job last month and resigned today due to not liking my job. I submitted my resignation to my hr managers (im contractual) and Im going to leave the company where I was deployed on for good after 3 weeks from now. Now I have pending and upcoming interviews that I am expecting this week and the next few days and I already asked for "leaves without pay" twice. MY manager seems not being impressed and rather annoyed as I am new and asked leaves twice already. I lied to her and told her I was sick but I went on interviews. She and my workmates are still unaware of my resignation and as much as possible I want to leave without telling them as I would not write my current work on my resume and wont like to talk about it.
How could I go to interviews during my resignation period without offending my supervisor or accepting my leave to go to interviews? Do I really have no choice but to tell her that I am resigning and would like to take a leave to go on interviews? I am running out of excuses just to go on interviews. She is really strict on approving leaves and tends to disapprove a lot of absences.
[Added] I am working via an outsourcing firm of a sister company and as per orientation I was told that I am employed to them - not to the company where I am deployed.
My job starts at 8am-5pm and all my interviews are also on weekdays between 8am-5pm so I cannot really go on these times. I just gave my resume on my agency HR after my shift and I think they will be the one informing them, not me.