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Hi there, my wife is thinking of leaving her job, she only works part time.

She has got an interview coming up and would like to know how much notice to give to her present employer, after asking for a copy of the contract ( which is her original copy, that had been filed in her report ),

But after looking , it states that this is for the probationary period and will only become valid when signed by the managing director.

It states" this document will become your permanent contract, AFTER THE SIGNATURE OF THE MANAGING DIRECTOR, does this mean that the contract is not binding, and she would only have to give a weeks notice as in the probationary contract, please help.Steve

 

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If, for example, the probationary period was 3 months and your wife didn't receive notice that the probationary period was to be extended then the 'document' became her permanent contract in June 2007 (it doesn't matter whether it's been signed by the MD or not).

 

So, it depends on what her contract says about notice from an employee. As she's worked there for more than two years they may require two weeks notice.

But, if it says in her contract that she only needs to give one week's notice then that's all she needs to give.

 

Employment Rights Act 1996 (c. 18)

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