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​Section 814: Resignation Duty of Out-of-Scope Employees To Give Notice When Resigning

Date issued: 01/03/1999

Purpose

It is in the interests of the employer and the employee that the employee provides sufficient notice when he or she resigns. This policy provides a guideline for what is sufficient notice.

Policy 

  • A permanent out-of-scope employee who wishes to resign typically provides a minimum of 30 days written notice unless otherwise agreed upon.
  • An out-of-scope employee on initial probation who wishes to resign typically provides a minimum of 7 days written notice unless otherwise agreed upon.
  • An out-of-scope non-permanent employee who wishes to resign typically provides a minimum of 7 days written notice unless otherwise agreed upon.
  • An out-of-scope employee who fails to give the required written notice effective the date that he or she absents himself or herself without leave will be deemed to have resigned and will be removed from the payroll.

Authority 

Public Service Regulations, 1999 Section 80

Inquiries 

For inquiries, please contact the Human Resource Service Centre.

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Phone: 1-877-852-5808 or 306-798-0000

Fax: 1-877-852-9219 or 306-798-9966

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