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Q: Why does my chinese employer need me to write them a resignation letter if I quit?

My employer has audio of the conversation we had where I said I wanted to quit after the manager was yelling at me when I was asking about my taxes and being asked to do duties not listed in my contract.

28 weeks 3 days ago in  Teaching & Learning - China

 
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Well it's China so... no why.

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Well it's China so... no why.

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They don't...it justs helps them get out of paying you anything they owe you

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It's quite common to write a resignation letter before quitting the job, though it is not listed in the contract.  

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Your English syntax is heavily putinaised ...

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