@dfespitia5 asked 3 months ago.

How much notice do i have to give if i am still on a probation with my employer?

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@ydduzubonn answered 3 months ago.

The Fair Work Act 2009 requires that an employee who has been on a long term (i.e. more than 12 months) continuous contract, give the employer three months notice if they wish to terminate their employment.
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@ticepowas answered 3 months ago.

You should give your employer as much notice as possible. It's a good idea to speak to your employer about your plans and your resignation date. You should also give your employer a complete list of your responsibilities and what will need to happen to ensure that your work is covered.
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@solowigi answered 3 months ago.

If you are still on a probation period, you generally don't have to give notice that you are leaving. Probation is a time when you are being evaluated to see if you are a good fit for the company and vice versa. Your employer should treat you as a regular employee during this period.
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@duxejenne answered 3 months ago.

The answer to your question depends on the kind of probation you're on. Probation is a time period when an employee is given a chance to evaluate his or her performance. If you're on a performance probation, it's best to discuss your concerns with your employer in a timely manner so you can work out any issues.

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@jhonny answered 3 months ago.

 How much notice do I have to give if I am still on a probation? In general, if you have been on a probation for less than 6 months, it is possible to be fired without notice. If you have been on a probation for 6 months or longer, you are entitled to notice.

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