Ali Shokrane
posted 3 years ago
Labour Law - Minimum notice period to prevent a breach of contract
An individual is hired by company X in South Africa. In the first and second year of the contract, he was provided with a fixed-term contract while the next year, he was granted permanent employment and remained at Company X for 18 months when he chose to resign. Regarding the notice period, the contract notes: (i) Less than six (6) months: one (1) weeks’ notice. (ii) Six (6) months or longer – but less than one (1) year: one (1) calendar months’ notice. (iii) Longer than three (3) years: three (3) months’ notice. Which notice period is he required to give to not be in violation of the contract?
  • South Africa
  • Employment

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posted 3 years ago
Deleted user
posted 3 years ago
its good