Commencement Date: April 28th 2014
Terminates on April 28th 2015
The exact wording from the contract is as follows:
Company shall employ the Employee and the Employee shall
serve the Company on the terms of this agreement. The
Appointment shall commence on the Commencement Date
and shall continue, subject to the remaining terms of this
agreement, until it terminates on April 28th 2015 without the need
for notice unless
(a) Previously terminated by either party giving the other not less that
6 weeks notice in writing; or
(b) The Company exercises the option to extend this Appointment by
a further 12 months by no later than 1 month prior to the
2.2 The first three months of the Appointment shall be a probationary
period and the appointment may be terminated during this
period at any time on two week’s prior notice. During the
probationary period the employee’s performance and suitability
for continued employment will be monitored.
2.3 No employment with a previous employer counts towards the
Employee’s period of continuous employment with the
2.4 The Employee warrants that he/she is entitled to work in the UK
without any additional approvals and will notify the Company
immediately if he ceases to be so entitled during the
2.5 The Employee consents to the transfer of his/her employment
under this agreement to the associated Employer at any time
during the Appointment.
She is suggesting that she works a 6 week notice period.
We do not want her to do this. We tried to negotiate a new contract over the last 3 months but she has refused our offer.
Her contract expires three weeks ago.
Because she has been working for the three weeks since her contract expired as normal. We wanted her to stay but we werent able to reach agreement on terms. Hence her leaving.