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Typically this is not put in the resignation
but in an agreement
to the extent you want to create a record, you would simply ask for periodic accounting and payments of commissions relating to services rendered while employed
and you may want to cite to their practices, customs and rules as precedent for doing so with others too.
I am working for a very small firm so I didn't even sign any type of employment agreement. I have worked for this CEO for six years, but when people leave, he gets nasty.
I would not raise it in the resignation
I would follow up about it
and if not paid, consider having a lawyer make demand for it
why make an issue of something where he may well be intending to pay
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