How Much Notice Do I Have to Give to Leave My Job?

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You are not required to give any notice before leaving a job if you are under no contract obligation, but mainly it?s best if you did to notify your employer of your intentions earlier. For those under a contract, an employee is normally entitled to give a minimum period of notice of resignation of employment according to the minimum requirement period stipulated in the contract, which varies between different employers, but mainly one week and more.
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Prior to resigning, most companies require you to notify them in two to four weeks. You can also check with your contract to determine how many days you are allowed.
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