|Title:||Termination of Employment|
|Section||Termination of Employment|
|Modified||12/20/2008 01:03 AM|
Employees desiring to terminate their employment relationship with PRO are urged to notify PRO at least two (2) weeks in advance of their intended termination. Such notice should preferably be given in writing to the CEO.
Proper notice generally allows PRO sufficient time to calculate all accrued overtime (if applicable) as well as other monies to which you may be entitled and to include such monies in your final paycheck. Without proper notice, however, you may have to wait until after the end of the next normal pay period to receive such payments.
ALL EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIPS WITH PRO ARE ON AN AT-WILL BASIS. THUS, ALTHOUGH PRO HOPES THAT OUR RELATIONSHIPS WITH EMPLOYEES ARE LONG TERM AND MUTUALLY REWARDING, PRO RESERVES THE RIGHT TO TERMINATE THE EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIP AT ANY TIME, WITH OR WITHOUT CAUSE OR NOTICE.
Exit interviews may be scheduled with the Director of Administration for outgoing employees after receiving a notice of resignation or intent to retire and for employees whose termination is initiated by PRO. The purposes of these interviews are to review eligibility for benefit continuation and conversion, to ensure that all necessary forms are completed, to collect all PRO property that may be in the employee’s possession (e.g., PRO’s uniform items), and to provide employees with an opportunity to discuss their job-related experiences.
B. Return of Company Property
Employees are responsible for all company materials, including, but not limited to uniform, radios, keys, manuals, CEAS cards and books. All PRO property must be returned by employees to the supervisory staff, on or before their last day of work, or at any other time as requested by PRO.