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Handing in notice help please

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Perissa Mon 24-Jun-13 23:04:24

Thank you very much for all your help grin

flowery Mon 24-Jun-13 21:17:12

No, that would be unfair dismissal.

Perissa Mon 24-Jun-13 20:05:52

Thank you very much.

One more thing that I forgot. Our Mum is worried that if my sister hands in her notice now, they will get rid of her before the end of her notice. Can they do that?

flowery Mon 24-Jun-13 19:58:22

Yes that sounds fine, she should do that.

Perissa Mon 24-Jun-13 19:47:19

Posting for my sister.

My sister currently works for a catering company and has been there 3 years. She has had a few issues with overtime not being paid and pay slips not being given, but nothing recently.

In September she is due to start an access to nursing course at college and will need to leave as working hours don't fit with course hours.

She needs to finish on 23rd August and give 2 weeks notice. The company know she is starting college and that she needs to leave. They have said they cannot look for a replacement until she officially hands in her notice and would like her to do it now.

She has now applied for a job in a maternity department which would fit with her college course and if she gets this, may need to leave earlier.

If she was to hand in her notice now with an end date of 23rd August, could she then hand in another one with a different end date as long as she gave 2 weeks notice?

If not, what would be the best thing for her to do? Thanks

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