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Hi,

 

I gave my company 2 months notice as per contract, this was on the 1st feb, I have just received a letter that are suggesting I finish my employment on 13th Feb...

 

Is this allowed? I had planned for the 2 month notice period and this has thrown me..

 

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it says "suggesting" so in writing thank them for their kind offer but advise you will work your full notice

 

unless you have holidays to take?

Never assume anyone on the internet is who they say they are. Only rely on advice from insured professionals you have paid for!

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If your contract says a minimum 2 months notice, and if you gave notice 1st Feb saying your notice was effective 31st March, then no they cannot require you to leave earlier and stop paying you. They might be able to send you home on gardening leave until March 31st but they have to pay you until then.

 

Of course if you can't wait to get out of there and if you have a new better paid job who'd be happy for you to start 13th February you might leap at the chance to leave early!

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gardening leave at their expense? Just make sure they know that you have a contract that requires you to give 2 months notice and are happy just to turn up at work and sit in reception drinking coffee for the next 6 weeks if you have to

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Thank you for the replies... I was hoping the answer would be no as I do want to complete my notice.... I have emailed the company as doing it by post doesn't give any time for delays. considering the letter gave less than a week. still waiting for a response..

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