Discussion in 'Careers, Employment and Professional Development' started by Amplus, Mar 4, 2020.
3 months is quite common. Even entry-level/graduate roles at my firm carry a 3 month notice period.
Standard 3 months for us. Not unreasonable given the niche skill set for most employees
At least it isn't 6 months like another guys company here
3 months is very normal. I've seen it based on achieving a certain seniority in a company, or simply passing a financial threshold in salary (was a smaller company).
Most people I know in perm roles are on a 3 month notice.
3 months for us at the factory I work at for the non shop floor staff, well mostly as there are a few regraded roles that are now 1 month notice. It's a good thing at the moment as we are facing redundancies and at least most of us will get the 3 months notice and not have to work it.
Employers are usually reasonable nowadays as its a recognised standard now as in if you go for a role and have 3 months notice they will usually still wait the 3 months but as others have said if you speak to your current hr they may be lenient and reduce. GL in your new role.
6 months here, was a fairly specialised IT role though TBF at the time when I signed up.
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