Your Annual Review Questions Answered by Jennifer Cashman, RDJ LLP

Posted in : Supplementary Articles ROI on 1 February 2024
Jennifer Cashman
Issues covered: Probation, Contracts of Employment

Following her extremely popular, "Review of the Year" sessions at our Annual Review 2023, Jennifer Cashman, RDJ LLP, takes the time to answer additional questions asked below...

Topic: Employment Contracts and Terms & Conditions

Q.  Within a contract of employment, can you state that the notice period for employees is 2 months if they wish to leave, but only 1 month if the company is terminating employment?

A.  Yes, an employer can choose either the statutory notice periods (which for an employee giving notice is always one week and for the employer giving notice, it differs depending on the length of service of the employee) or contractual notice periods (which for the

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