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# 213803 13-Apr-2017 09:33
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Morning all, a bit urgent because I have been called in for a meeting today at 2pm with work for a serious misconduct. It's something I didn't do (damaging property) but I can't prove otherwise and defiantly looks like they are going to put it on me.




My question is, am I able to put in my resignation this morning? I'm from the UK originally and am going through the big stress of visa applications as well as my mum isn't well back in england, my dad is sectioned so more stress with the confusion of if I'm homesick or want to actually go home, as well as things with my partner not going well and not having any friends to talk to. I feel that going to this meeting is going to cause me more stress and could push me over the edge and I am trying bloody hard to keep my crap together and I don't see the point in going, more stress being caused when I'm positive the outcome will be dismissal anyway, even if it's not, I don't want to work for a company that thinks I am capable of such a thing.




So I'm thinking if it is in my rights to resign beforehand this would be in my best interests, I have another second job (worked full time then have a part time on top) so loosing the job wouldn't cause me more stress in that respect because I can still pay the rent and bills, just, until I find something else.





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  # 1763625 13-Apr-2017 10:22
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So it's this simple ' Ask for evidence it was you '



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