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    Start a job (supermarket job) and quit after a week because a better job with more money (clothe store) has been offered to you after you took that first job? Would I have to pay for the cost of the training with the supermarket job?
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    You can but it's very rude and unfair to other applicants if you actually have no interest keeping the job longer than a week.
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    Dont you have to give a months notice?
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    (Original post by Luca118)
    Dont you have to give a months notice?
    Depends on the contract, doesn't stop a lot of people just walking though.
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    You can. They cannot stop you from not going back to work, as long as you don't expect any form or reference from them . You would not have to pay the cost of training, as they will realise this risk when hiring you.
 
 
 
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