I work as a nanny and in the contract we have written down that both parties should give three weeks notice should any one be unhappy. I can only give two weeks notice. There is no penalty written in the contract should one of us break the agreement. It’s more about common courtesy but I just want to make sure that I’m alright before proceeding.
You cannot be forced to work. However, there could be consequences for failure to abide by an employment contract. If you were fired with no notice, would you want to enforce the 3 week provision?
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