Guys, in unfair dismissal dispute employer said I did not resign. I was unsure of our notice period. But, I was on workers comp and personal leave and thinking that the I would finish off say 4 weeks after returning. The business never responded to my email or accepted my workers comp. A few months of silence later the employer asked if I wanted to leave or go. I said as per my letter I wanted to go and then say they accepted my resignation. They are now saying I have just freely resigned and submitted this to the commission. I thought that the employer was incumbent to double check with you if they were confused. At first there was no dismissal because I didn't resign, now they're saying there is no dismissal because I freely resign. Please help. Is my letter below a resignation or not? RE: Letter of intended Resignation Dear Ms Manager, I would like to inform you that I feel compelled to resign from my position as an employee for XXXXX, effective as of 4 weeks from the day I am fit to return to full time duties. (wrote about my grievances afterwards) I feel forced to write this letter because of what I consider a course of conduct by management to breach the duty of trust and confidence as a result that includes following; Again, the grievances above has brought me to this point and forced me to resign.