i have been told i cannot sign back on

#1
i have 2 months left in the army but would like to withdrav my ntt.i have been told i cannot do this because the current trade im in is overmanned so i have been told chin up you should not have signed off. can the army do this or must they find me alternative employment ie re-trading,transferring etc and exhausting these avenues before giving me the boot..... help please
 
#2
If you have signed to leave they are under no obligation to renew your contract, The same as any civ employer would not have to accept a return to employment after written notice of resignation has been accepted.
 
#3
lg_1982 said:
i have 2 months left in the army but would like to withdrav my ntt.i have been told i cannot do this because the current trade im in is overmanned so i have been told chin up you should not have signed off. can the army do this or must they find me alternative employment ie re-trading,transferring etc and exhausting these avenues before giving me the boot..... help please
You asked for it!
 
#4
as far as i am aware, you have no rights. the army used to give you the chance to withdraw the NTT, but as you stated the army is now overmanned. the only slight hope is if you are in an operational pinch point trade.
start to prepare for civvies street!!!!!!
 
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lg_1982 said:
i have 2 months left in the army but would like to withdrav my ntt.i have been told i cannot do this because the current trade im in is overmanned so i have been told chin up you should not have signed off. can the army do this or must they find me alternative employment ie re-trading,transferring etc and exhausting these avenues before giving me the boot..... help please
No doubt some one will be along soon with the DS solution.

However, my Bn put a notice on Part 1s over a year ago saying that because of the state of recruitment,anyone who terminates will not be allowed to sign back on. One of my mates terminated, tried to withdraw it a few months before his discharge date and was told to poke it. But on the flip side, I know some one who was allowed to withdraw his termination.
 
#7
lg_1982 said:
i have 2 months left in the army but would like to withdrav my ntt.i have been told i cannot do this because the current trade im in is overmanned so i have been told chin up you should not have signed off. can the army do this or must they find me alternative employment ie re-trading,transferring etc and exhausting these avenues before giving me the boot..... help please
What trade are you? How long you served - what rank?
 
#8
Try your local TA unit :)
 
#11
Did you sign off in a tantrum, or were you angling for promotion/posting?

Either way get your kit into the QMs and make sure your room's tidy before you do one.
 
#15
If I dont get Posting/promotion/leave/cuddly toy then Im signing off

BYE THEN!!!
 
#16
MSI64 said:
If I dont get Posting/promotion/leave/cuddly toy then Im signing off

BYE THEN!!!
The old schoolboy trick of 'dangling the carrot' sometimes is a road to disaster in the form of backfiring, your unit obviously don't class you as worthy enough to retain you, for whatever reason???


Not slagging you off in general as I don't know your circumstances, but will some people never learn.
 
#17
Tough. You signed off. That was your decision not the army's. Had you been in civvie street you wouldn't have had the year to wait and would have been out of your job long before now.
 
#18
If you were any good ( steady C, good c*nt ) your commanding officer would let you sign back on, if on the other hand he does not let you sign back on it is because they have an abundance of recruits coming through the system who are more motivated etc.....


Basically....DRY YOUR EYES YOU WHINING C*NT!
 
#19
Next.
 
#20
Ha
 

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