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Do you get any health insurance benefits from them?
You mean the call offer? Yes it is, but you can ignore that as I am not available for calls at present and it is offered automatically.
To be honest you could do either – there is no right or wrong way about it. If you had some PHI cover through work, then that may not kick in unless you were dismissed on ill health grounds but this won’t be an issue here. The other consideration is in terms of benefits because if you resigned you could have your benefits delayed, but you should not be affected because you did not just resign for no apparent or good reason – you had genuine reasons for doing so and in these circumstances I do not see benefits being affected by this either.
You can approach the employer and propose an amicable termination where basically you neither resign nor are dismissed but it is a mutually agreeable termination. If they do not agree to that you can just resign, or let them dismiss you on grounds of capability. Either way there should be no concern about which option you take.
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