Administrative Procedure 419

Employee Resignations

Background

The District requires that employees wishing to resign from the employ of the District do so in accordance with the provisions of provincial statutes, collective agreements and District administrative procedures.

Procedures

  1. The employee wishing to resign from employment with the District shall submit a letter of resignation to the Deputy Superintendent specifying the last day of performance of assigned duties.
  2. Upon receiving a letter of resignation, the Deputy Superintendent shall:
    1. Ensure that the period of notice given by the employee is in accord with the conditions of employment;
    2. If in accord, accept, in writing, the resignation; and
    3. Forward a copy of the letter accepting the resignation, to the payroll department.
  3. If, upon receiving a letter of resignation, the Deputy Superintendent believes that the period of notice does not comply with the conditions of employment, the Deputy Superintendent may:
    1. Require of the employee the appropriate period of notice; or
    2. Accept the resignation as offered; and
    3. Forward a copy of the letter accepting the resignation, to the payroll department.
  4. On their last day of work, employees must return to their immediate supervisor the following items which may have been issued and any other similar such items:
    1. Keys;
    2. Fob;
    3. ID card; and
    4. District-owned electronic devices
    5. Access to all Division Information and Records under their control and any records or information in their possession.

Adopted:

September 21, 2016

Amended:

November 24, 2021

Reference:

Education Act 52, 53, 68, 197, 204,214, 215, 216, 217, 219, 222, 225

Employment Standards Code

Cross References

Policy 11 Board Delegation of Authority

AP 185 Systems Records Retention

AP 403 Duty to Report

AP 426 Reduction in Professional Staff Workforce

AP 445 CUPE Code of Conduct

ATA Code of Conduct