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Minimum Notice

There is a law that guarantees a minimum notice. Employees with continuous employment of at least one month but less than two years are entitled to at least one week’s notice from the employer. Employees with two years’ continuous employment or more are entitled to one week’s notice for each complete year, up to a maximum of 12 weeks’ notice. The minimum notice to be given by an employee with at least one month’s continuous employment is one week. This is a statutory entitlement and overrides any contract.

Posted: 16th November 2021

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