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Reference Letter

Published on
Wednesday, 17 March 2010 12:50
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Unlucky Workers

I have been working in the current company for over a year but I plan to go as I can't sustain the emotional style of management.  My performance has been good but I know the manager has a bad habit of holding the salary of leaving staffs for a period longer than statutory requirements and even sometimes won't give the leaving staff reference letter regardless of how good their performance is as he/she treat them as rebel for his/her decision of "go".  I contributed to this co wholeheartedly during my tenure but I don't know what to do if I left without getting the letter.  It sounds absurd and will create problems for job searching.  Shall I leave and take the risk of no letter or do you think if there is any other method to ensure I get what I deserve?


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