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Posted by: Nix | 2007/08/03

Notice period

Hi

My contract say sthat I need to give one calender month notice or in accordance to law. I just got a fantastic offer my company won't let me go because I'll only be giving 4 weeks notice. i've worked at this company for 3yrs. Am I legally entitled to give 4 weeks notice. I will be leaving after 4 weekds wether they agree or not. What legal action can they take against me pls.

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You must give the calendar month's notice in accordance with your contract otherwise it is 30 days in accordance with the law.


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