I don’t know what to call this.
I tendered a resignation letter with 3 weeks notice, despite that no notice clause is contained in my appointment letter.
They just collected the letter and said nothing.
When the resignation became effective, I left the company and they still didn’t tell me anything about handing over to someone else as is the practice there in case of sack.
It’s been a month I left and they still didn’t contact me about handing over. My concern is that they didn’t remit a Kobo into my pension account.
Why I’m expecting them to ask me to hand over is that I have in my custody about 5k belonging to the company.
I didn’t borrow the money. It was kind of something left in my care.
So, if they later ask me to come and do proper handing over, should I ask them about my pension?
Some people sacked in the past said their pension was not remitted too.