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Prevent HR problems before you end up facing expensive employment tribunals.
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Help When You Need it From Our Multi-Award Winning Employment Law Team
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In the first instance, employees are generally under a contractual duty to give their employer a minimum notice of resignation. This duty is waived if the employer has fundamentally breached the contract of employment or has agreed to remove the notice pe…