I have just decided to resign from Kaiser Permanente, after working 9 years with them and a total of 18 years at that hospital (before it was Kaiser). Only 1-2 weeks ago, I received an extremely negative annual evaluation (the lowest possible, extremely unfair and exaggerated), and that gave me the strong hit that it's time to leave. I just prepared a resignation letter and am planning to send it tomorrow, so that it will be a little over 2 weeks notice. My questions are: 1) After emailing the resignation letter to my managers, should I write a letter to defend myself in the annual evaluation on the points they attacked me unfairly? 2) Should I first send the resignation letter? I am scheduled to work on January 25th next, but am planning to resign on January 24th. Will this work for me?
JA: Because employment law
varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?
Customer: Are you still there?
JA: No. I'm the Lawyer's Assistant.
Customer: Southern California
JA: Has anything been filed or reported?
Customer: My director who filled out my annual evaluation left on an out of country vacation and is returning to work on Jan 5th. Meanwhile, the supervisor had me sign it, but the director still has to do the final signature. When I signed it, I wrote a statement on it that "I highly disagree with this evaluation, as I do not believe it is accurate".
JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?
Customer: I would take any advice from her, before I send in my resignation form.