Lol I'm in desperate need of money, but they haven't even paid me for last month's work, another factor making me think about resigning...not that the pay is hardly good anyway Aah, luckily, the head office sent me details about the terms of contract, which gives details about how long your notice comes into effect by...so if its less than one month of being employed, you only need to give in 1 day's notice, if its up to 6 months you give a week's notice, noice Guessing I should do the 2 wk thing just to show I'm being courteous or..?
- 09-08-2009 00:13
(Original post by Norfolkadam)
- 30-11-2013 12:06
When I left my part-time job at Debenhams I had to give them 2 weeks notice, a letter of resignation and have an assesment with my manager.
All I wrote on my letter was:
Chris, (my line manager)
I would like to say thanks for my time here but unfortunately I must leave at the end of this month due to my upcoming holiday. I would like to work my last shift on the 4th June.
(Original post by shaw16)
- 30-11-2013 21:46
What did the assessment entail? I also work at Debenhams and am going to uni next year- I find it hard to believe that you only need to give 2 weeks notice? Does it differ from store to store?