An employee may resign from Town service in “good standing.” “Good standing” shall mean the submission of a written notice 14 calendar days in advance of the last day of actual work. Failure of a resigning employee to comply with this rule may be cause for denying future employment with the Town. The Town Manager may permit a shorter period of notice if extenuating circumstances exist. The resignation should be accompanied by a statement by the Department Head as to the resigning employee’s service
performance and pertinent information concerning the cause of resignation. Employees are offered the opportunity for a voluntary exit interview in which he/she may discuss working conditions and the reasons for their resignation. The effective date of the employee’s termination with the Town is considered to be the last day actually worked.
Upon separation from service in “good standing,” the Town shall pay all wages owed as well as earned and/or pro-rated vacation pay and accumulated such time due to the employee per schedule in the Sick Leave section of the Personnel Policy, if any, on the next regular payday.