Re: Got what they wanted
Being honest though how many people care one bit about the boat or it's mission beyond voting on it's name?
12 posts • joined 21 May 2009
Giving notice is a courtesy unless you're an officer/executive of the company, or you are a contractor.
Are you sure about that? According to http://www.nidirect.gov.uk/ it's the following:-
If you have worked for your employer for one month or more, the legal minimum amount of notice you must give is one week.
Normally your employment contract will set out a longer notice period. If it does, you should give this length of notice to your employer.
If your employment contract does not set out a notice period you should give a reasonable period of notice to your employer. This is included in your employment contract as what is known as an 'implied term'. What is 'reasonable' will depend on your seniority and how long you have worked there.
The problem with mistakes like this is people take the piss and order multiples of them hopeing to offload them and make some money. If they stuck to just buying 1 of them the companies would be more likely to just take the loss (sometimes).
A lot of companies have policies of not being obliged to sell mistakenly priced items that's why they often don't take the money straight away.
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