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It is a known fact that all employers are expected to provide their employees with a written contract of employment within 3 months of hiring the employee and there are certain essential clauses which must be included in the contract.

 

 

However, it’s now a norm for some employers to expect a notice of termination of employment from employees who did not receive a contract of employment from them.

A friend and I were catching up about her work last week and she informed me of how her former boss never gives any employee, a contract of employment upon resumption no matter how long you work with him.

According to her, she started working with the company around 2019 and she left in 2022 upon getting a new job.

She was asked to send in her resignation letter with 2 weeks’ notice before leaving unless she’ll be sued.

Is an employer truly entitled to a notice of termination/ resignation of employment where there is no contract of employment or stipulated terms of engagement of service between them?

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