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Employers must give employees with between one month and two years’ service a minimum of one week’s notice to terminate their employment. Thereafter, an employer must give a minimum notice period of one week per completed year of service, up to a maximum of 12 weeks. If the contract of employment specifies a longer notice period, the employer should give the contractual notice.
An employee must give one week’s notice to terminate his or her contract of employment. If the contract of employment specifies a longer notice period, the employee should give the contractual notice.
Employers will often pay an employee who resigns or is dismissed in lieu of his or her notice period.
17 Jul 2020
Funds claimed from the government’s Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme can be used to pay for notice periods that go above...
29 Apr 2020
The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) was created at such speed that it created many unanswered questions. The government has...
18 Feb 2020
A secretary who resigned because she was asked to be complicit in discriminatory recruitment practices was constructively and unfairly dismissed,...
3 Sep 2019
How should you calculate holiday pay for a term-time worker without regular hours?
A recent Court of Appeal decision, The...
19 Jul 2019
The government has announced new proposals of compensation for workers when their shift is cancelled at short notice
2 Jul 2019
Can an employer ignore a grievance if the employee no longer works for the organisation?
The most popular FAQ on...
2 May 2019
The annual increase to the limits on compensation that can be awarded in an...
1 Feb 2019
How should employers deal with overtime when calculating holiday pay? Does it make a difference if the overtime is voluntary,...
2 Oct 2018
Can you dismiss before a probationary period ends if they're not up to the job?
1 Jun 2018
Many HR professionals will have spent months preparing for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Now it is finally in...
19 Dec 2017
Employees who are leaving under a cloud can cause problems, demonstrated recently when a Twitter employee hid President Trump’s account...
5 Jun 2017
Perhaps the general election means that the collective HR consciousness has its mind elsewhere, or maybe it’s the effect of...
24 Mar 2017
Generous leave entitlements and a unique legal framework characterise Australian employment law. Qian Mou highlights 10 interesting aspects of workplaces...
5 Oct 2016
New XpertHR Benchmarking research has found that most employers are happy with the way notice periods work at their organisation, ...