§ 30.063  RESIGNATIONS.
   (A)   An employee will be regarded as having resigned his or her position if he or she gives notice, written or verbal (with witness), to his or her immediate supervisor or the County Judge/Executive. Unless approved in advance by the County Judge/Executive, failure to give at least two weeks’ notice may be cause for denying future employment with the county and forfeiture of payment of accumulated vacation or compensatory time.
   (B)   An employee’s resignation and its attending reasons shall be recorded in the employee’s personnel file.
   (C)   Any employee who is absent from work for three consecutive work days and fails to notify his or her supervisor may be considered to have abandoned the job and may be deemed to have resigned and his or her employment with the county shall terminate immediately.
(Ord. 4-2014, passed 7-31-2014, § 3.29)