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Thread: Notice period

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    Default Notice period

    Hi all,

    A query regarding notice periods.

    I started my job on the 16th july and i am planning on handing my notice in on the 8th october 2018. My contract states, if i hand my notice in between 1-3 months of starting i have to give 1 weeks notice, between 3-6 months it is 1 months notice.

    What would be my leaving date? My contract does not mention calender month so i am a little confused.

  2. #2

    Default Re: Notice period

    That's within the three months? So 14th October (or the Friday before, I don't know your shift pattern)

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  3. #3

    Default Re: Notice period

    I work office hourse 9-5 monday to friday. So 1 month is equal 31 days and not 28?

  4. #4

    Default Re: Notice period

    Plan for it being a week / Speak to the employer - They may ask you to leave immediately when you hand in your notice.

  5. #5

    Default Re: Notice period

    If they meant 28 days they’d call it 4 weeks

  6. #6

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    a calendar month is how I read it so 1 wks notice as a minimum

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