Prasad Krishnegowda wrote:If that is the case, i am sure the company lets you go in a week.. Even if you are doing some important task, nonetheless, you could ask the employer to reduce the notice period, say 2 weeks.. In your new company, you can ask 1 more week to join, which i think, the new company should be OK with..
I don't see what a longer period accomplishes.
Ulf Dittmer wrote:It varies from country to country. In Germany 1 month notice is typical, but nothing shorter than that. For more senior positions 3 months is not unusual (it may be possible to negotiate that down, but that's not a given). And there will be negative repercussions if an employee just stops showing up, so that is not advisable. I'm always amazed to hear that there are places where that is common; it seems quite unprofessional to me.
Henry Wong wrote:While I agree that it is unprofessional to just show up and not do any work -- you can't force someone to work, when they feel they are being mistreated.
Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:I don't think that a month is bad if all companies have it. ... If you have to give a month's notice and want to work for a company that wants you to start in a week, you are stuck.
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