Contracts of Employment: Notice Clauses

Posted in : Essential Guide to Employment Contracts on 23 January 2018
Kiera Lee
Mills Selig

There are statutory provisions relating to notice that will apply where there are no contractual notice provisions specified but there are a number of reasons why it is preferable to have a detailed notice clause in the contract of employment.

Length of notice

Statutory notice is specified by Article 118 of the Employment Rights (NI) Order 1996 (ERO) as being a minimum of one week in the first 2 years of employment, with an additional week’s notice for each complete year of service up to a ceiling of 12 weeks’ notice. A contractual term may provide for additional notice to be given by either

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This article is correct at 23/01/2018
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Kiera Lee
Mills Selig

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