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The editor of the Star resigns with immediate effect! Here's a checklist of the nine items you must check when your employee resigns

by , 02 July 2014
Another key employee has resigned at the Independent News & Media South Africa (INMSA) group.

This time, it's Makhudu Sefara, the editor of the Star newspaper. He didn't give reasons for his resignation except to say 'it was an amicable departure'.

Sefara's resignation comes hot on the heels of three other departures at the INMSA group.

Last week, The Mercury editor, Philani Mgwaba resigned. In February, the Sunday Independent editor, Moshoeshoe Monare quit his job. And former Cape Times editor, Alide Dasnois was removed from her position in November last year.

These high profile departures have firmly cast the spotlight on resignations. Take a look at a checklist of the nine items you must check when your employee resigns so resignations don't disrupt your business.

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Nine items you must check when your employee resigns

Below, our experts at the Labour Law for Managers Loose Leaf Service give you a checklist that contains nine items you must check when your employee resigns:

#1: Ask your employee to confirm his resignation in writing, if he hasn't already.

#2: Make sure his resignation's clear, unconditional and unambiguous.

#3: Accept his resignation in writing.

#4: Clarify any issues relating to his notice period.

#5: If you don't want to pay him notice pay in lieu of him working his notice period, make sure you agree to this.

#6: Calculate termination pay. Remember to use his remuneration and not his basic salary.

#7: Check on restraints and confidentiality undertakings.

#8: Take action if you think your employee is breaching restraints and confidentiality undertakings.

#9: Make sure all your employee returns all your company property.

There you have it. Keep this checklist safe so you'll know what to do when your employee resigns.

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