Accepted grad scheme offer, can I change my mind?

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princess1236
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Hi guys

I've accepted my offer for the civil service fast stream.
However, I have now been progressed onto the AC for a finance scheme at a company.

My question is, if i go to the AC and get the offer, can I decline the Civil Service offer i currently hold?

Extra info: I'm currently not employed (full-time student) and for the fast stream, I am still completing pre-employment checks.

THANK YOU!
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(Original post by princess1236)
Hi guys

I've accepted my offer for the civil service fast stream.
However, I have now been progressed onto the AC for a finance scheme at a company.

My question is, if i go to the AC and get the offer, can I decline the Civil Service offer i currently hold?

Extra info: I'm currently not employed (full-time student) and for the fast stream, I am still completing pre-employment checks.

THANK YOU!
Just ask them to release you.
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Just ask them to release you.
I haven't even signed the contract for work, so yeah what you said makes sense. Thanks
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I haven't even signed the contract for work, so yeah what you said makes sense. Thanks
They wont like it but there will be replacements and the government wont care.
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If you have already signed the job contract, I would be wary about getting blacklisted for Civil Service jobs in the future. However it's not in their interest to have an unhappy employee so they would release you if need be.
If you haven't signed it then of course just reject them.
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If you have already signed the job contract, I would be wary about getting blacklisted for Civil Service jobs in the future. However it's not in their interest to have an unhappy employee so they would release you if need be.
If you haven't signed it then of course just reject them.
Yh I haven't signed a contract. Just accepted offer via email.
Should be okay lol. Let's see...
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