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Notice periods policy

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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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Last update

17 June 2021

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