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Notice periods policy

Reviewed 17 June 2021

A model notice periods policy to assist you in managing this event with a best practice method.

Notice periods

Unless your employment is terminated by agreement, or specified otherwise in your principal statement of terms and conditions, you or the Company are required to give a period of notice in writing as follows:

  1. One week's notice whilst within your Probationary period
  2. One month's notice after your Probationary period is successfully completed
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