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Notice Period with No Contract

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  • Notice Period with No Contract

    I've been employed since June 2008 with my current employer, I am in a senior management role but I have never had a contract, I'm getting to the point where I feel I have had enough & need to start looking for other employment. I know one of the questions should I be successful in getting an interview would be how long will be my notice period. Looking on http://www.acas.org.uk/index.aspx?articleid=4096 it seems I must only give 1 week, which seems very short I'm just wanting to confirm that is correct.
    Sorry i'm just thinking out loud, it might be irrelevant, I am not employed in anyway in the legal profession, please ensure you research any advice I give before using it I have been known to be wrong on multiple occasions.
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    Yes, in the absence of a contractual, or other written agreement, your notice period is just 1 week.


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