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Why bother with a post grad course - waste of time? 17-10-2016
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    Ok so I'm going to uni next week so I need to hand in my notice at work today. My printer has run out of ink so I'm gonna have to hand write it and then put it in an envelope. Will this be frowned upon by my employer I assume the norm would be to print it off but that isn't gonna happen ??
    I've already told my employer many times that I'm leaving for uni and have mentioned the date I'm moving in so it won't be like a surprise or anything.
    Also I'm handing it in today and my last day will be 23rd September so that's not exactly 7 days notice ... will they get mad as well ?

    Just a bit worried that's all ??

    Tesco isn't it? Handwrittened mine, no envelope whatsoever, they accepted it.

    At most places its fine to give in a handwritten notice.
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