Is it okay to leave PERMANENT position job in 2 MONTHS??? HELP I don't know! Watch

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I have been offered a interview for a dealership receptionist job at Audi,2 days a week, which is a permanent position. I only want this job June, July, August, before University( so a summer temp job).

Would i be able to leave this job after a few months only?Even if it is a permanent position? Can i do this, leave a permanent position job after a few months?is this allowed?


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I have been offered a interview for a dealership receptionist job at Audi,2 days a week, which is a permanent position. I only want this job June, July, August, before University( so a summer temp job).

Would i be able to leave this job after a few months only?Even if it is a permanent position? Can i do this, leave a permanent position job after a few months?is this allowed?


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You may need to give sufficient notice which is usually 4 weeks or one calendar month. Or you may be on a probation period which doesn't require any notice.

Check the contract.

But yes you can take a job knowing you will quit if you don't have any qualms about doing so. A receptionist at a company I used to work for found a better job during her probation period and gave her immediate notice in on at the end of the working day on the Friday as the terms of her employment said that notice was not required during the initial 6 month probation period.
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On the other hand consider the fact that Audi is investing time and resources in interviewing all the candidates and trying to find the right one. If they offer it to you they will turn down somebody who might actually have wanted this job.

If the job isn't what you want, don't apply for it. You're not exactly going to get a great reference if you muck everyone about. Just get a summer job, or temp, if you want work for the summer only.
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Excuse me? a job is a transaction based on supply and demand,not a romantic affair. you can leave any time you wish regardless of valid or invalid reasons. Every employer knows that and every business have a plan B for that. No need to feel sorry, because if they want to terminate your employment,take notice that the last thing that would worry them is lesson of morality. Remember the clips where you get escorted and out of the door with no time to say bye to other staff.
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