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Hello, my name is XXXXX XXXXX it is my pleasure to assist you with your question today.
Could you provide me with the exact dates of your employment please?
March 2010 to present.
Within this role, from Sep 2013, but only contracted in Apr of 2014
OK, thank you, XXXXX XXXXX this with me - I will look into this for you, get my response ready and get back to you on here. No need to wait around and you will get an email when I have responded, thank you
Ok, thanks Ben
Many thanks for your patience. your continuous service with this employer would be 3 years so you will be bound by the following clause:
(ii) Continuous service of more than one (1) year but less than twelve (12) years; a minimum of two (2) months’ notice or one (1) week for each completed year of continuous employment (whichever is the greater)
The first option is that you give them 2 months’ notice. The other option is that you give them a week for each completed year of continuous employment, which in your case would be 3 weeks. The main condition is that you give them the greater of these two periods, which would be the 2 months, hence you would be required to give them 2 months if you wanted to terminate your employment with them.
Hope this clarifies your position?
Yes, thank you
You are most welcome, all the best