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EK Resignation Tips

Old 16th Feb 2020, 12:44
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Join Date: Oct 2000
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Hi again Tatin1

Sorry that you are still having trouble.
Do you have the contact details for staff travel, or would like me to send them to you, so at least they may be able to point you in the right direction?
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Old 17th Feb 2020, 06:40
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Originally Posted by Tatin1 View Post
Thanks Gehenna,

IT says its the bank, the bank says its the website. Not able to pay outside Dubai with any credit card.
Tatin - had a similar issue a few years ago. You may already have tried these, but what appeared to solve the problem for me was a) make sure your Pop-up blocker is off. If it is already off, turn it on and then off again b) make sure you don't have any active Ad-blocking software c) if you have Anti virus software, put the TRIPS URL in the 'safe site' list d) just prior to accessing the Staff Travel site, clear all cookies from the cache on your device.
I'm not sure which of these fixed the issue for me, but one or more of them certainly did and I've had no problem since. Sorry this response is late - only just saw your post.
Good luck.
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Old 9th Jun 2020, 10:19
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This thread is now unfortunately more relevant than ever. Good luck to all who received the bad news today.
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Old 9th Jun 2020, 20:26
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EK resignation tips?

Just do your job and they will take care of it for you.

TC and upper management are weak and scum for treating staff like this.

Sir Maurice Flanagan is rolling over in his grave.

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Old 10th Jun 2020, 10:13
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Join Date: Jun 2020
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Hi all,
I received a job proposition to work abroad but I currently have a loan with a bank here in the UAE.
I want to accept the job and move, but I want to continue paying my monthly dues accordingly so that I can come and go to the UAE if and when needed. I have a Salary Transfer Letter active in my HR profile.
1) is it still possible to go through the resignation process with an active loan? Doesn't HR request a "no liability letter" to clear you?
2) Do I get the EOSB to myself or will it be blocked by the bank? Does the bank block your account?

If some kind soul could inform me details about al lthis I would deeply appreciate.

Best regards to all and wish you all the best to you, families and colleagues
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Old 10th Jun 2020, 14:52
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Everything in UAE is linked so my understanding is that if you have an active loan, you will not receive a clearance letter and your residency visa will not be cancelled....
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Old 25th Jun 2020, 11:08
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Keep the company out of the transfer process for your EOSB and do not opt to get your money transferred in AED. I understand that any transfer other than AED, is actioned by the provident fund trustee and not by the company, which could take longer.
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