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Sorry. Actually it is 7 months to be precise
This is the same apprentice I have discussed with you previously. Where I was not sure if I will have to pay the SMP. Leave it with you
As in my initial question, her mum had emailed me saying that she is pregnant and currently deciding on what to do.5/6 days later her mum came back to me and said that she(apprentice) will now be moving to her partners home, far from work and as her health is paramount, work is out of question-exact words in the email from her mum. I am not informed weather she is continuing with her pregnancy or not or weather she is sick because of some other reason, also I am not even sure weather this is real or they are just faking it-found another job for example.
Exact email from her mum:
Sorry for late reply. ABC is trying to get her head around it all. She has decided to go and stay with her partner (kent). The stress and the sickness is taking its toll on her so I'm afraid work is out of the question as her well being is paramount.on ABCs behalf I thank you for your support and the opportunity you have given her . We will make arrangements to drop bits back to you.it will be sooner rather than later.
Considering this a resignation, I accept the resignation. Although the notice period is 2 months, considering the situation I am happy to waive off the notice period. She is discharged of all her duties from immediate effect. I wish her all the success in future and if she needs any help from me, just let me know.
Her P45 and salary/deduction details will be sent to her in next 20 business days.
Thanks.Last one. So mum can confirm on her behalf that this is a resignation? I just go back to her mum and say: Sorry I kind of assumed this is a resignation, Can you please confirm on Jade's behalf that this is actually a resignation?