I always knew it, kapag gagawa ka ng tama madaming sacrifices, processes and everything! Mahirap.
I was a contact center agent from somewhere in Taguig when I decided to leave my post for a Change. I did not report for duty for two days mainly because of schedule and location issues. I know it wasn't right to just disappear that way so I (with my fiance) went back to the office to formally resign. However, our team captain said he can't receive and approve our resignation because we should've had 15 - days notice upon leaving. This means we are considered AWOL unless we render 15 days of work. I know I did something wrong but how come that my friend, of the same company, is approved for her immediate resignation?
We could've not wasted our time by going there and filing a formal resignation. We could just disappear but we chose to do it because it was the right thing to do.
This was just frustrating but at the same time relieving because we don't have to commute to work for more than 1 hour a day on a graveyard shift. It was so traumatic. I know, I should have prepared myself because it was a contact center, it's normal to have night shifts, blaa, that I could'nt have the same schedule as my fiance, blaaaa.
Anyway, it's over. We're on a formal AWOL. :P
Kudos to the company and to all of its employees.
We apologize for the inconvenience.