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If you wish to resign from your employment with the University you

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If you wish to resign from your employment with the University you

    Termination / Notice Period Guidance Notes

    1. NOTICE PERIODS

    This guidance applies to staff in posts level 1a to 5, level 6 to 9, and Academic, Research and Teaching Only Staff.

    1.1 Duration of Notice Periods

    For posts levels 1a and 1b

    If you wish to resign from your employment with the University you are required

    to give at least one (1) week’s notice in writing to the University.

     For posts levels two (2) to five (5)

    If you wish to resign from your employment with the University you are required

    to give at least four (4) weeks’ notice in writing to the University.

     For posts levels six (6) to nine (9)

    If you wish to resign from your employment with the University you are required

    to give at least three (3) months’ notice in writing to the University to expire at

    the end of a calendar month.

    For Academic, Research and Teaching Only Posts

    If you wish to resign from your employment with the University you are required

    to give three (3) months’ notice in writing to the University, to expire at the end

    of a University Term (i.e. on 31st December, 31st March or 30th June).

    However, provided notice is given by 1st June you may leave at the end of the

    Summer Vacation. If you give notice after 1st June, then your notice period will

    end as at 31st December as outlined above.

    1.2 Notice on a Fixed Term Contract

    If you are appointed for a fixed term, this will be set out in your Letter of

    Appointment. For fixed term appointments, the rights on notice of termination as

    outlined above only apply during the period of the fixed term and will terminate

    no later than the end of the fixed term, but if no further notice is given your

    employment will automatically terminate at the end of the fixed term.

    Please refer to the Fixed Term Guidance notes for further information on the

    management of the end of a fixed term contract, which can be found on the HR

    web pages at

    http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/services/humanresources/newpolicies/ftcs

    1.3 Working Notice

    The University reserves the right to require individuals to work their full notice

    unless otherwise agreed in writing by the Head of Department / Line Manager.

    Your notice in writing must be sent to your Head of Department / Line Manager.

     1 19 January 2010

1.4 Annual Leave within Notice Periods

    For employees leaving the University outstanding annual leave should be taken

    prior to their end date with the agreement of their Head of Department / Line

    Manager, where possible. Where outstanding annual leave cannot be taken

    due to operational requirements, payment will be made in the member of staff’s

    final salary. Any annual leave that has been taken in excess of the amount

    accrued at the date of termination will be deducted from the member of staff’s

    final salary.

2. INTERNAL TRANSFERS

2.1 Notice Periods

     For employees transferring internally standard notice periods will apply,

    however flexibility regarding early release, handover periods, or attendance of

    training during notice periods may be agreed by departments where appropriate.

2.2 Annual Leave Entitlement

    For employees transferring internally, annual leave entitlement will be carried

    over to the new department for the current holiday year. Any annual leave

    booked before the transfer date should be honoured by the employee’s new

    department.

3.TERMINATION

    3.1 Termination Periods

     For posts levels 1a and 1b

    If you have up to one (1) year’s completed service, your appointment may be

    terminated by the University with one (1) week’s written notice; thereafter an

    additional week of notice for each completed year of service up to a maximum

    of 12 weeks will be given.

    For post levels 2 to 5

    If you have up to four (4) years’ completed service, your appointment may be

    terminated by the University with four (4) weeks’ written notice; thereafter an

    additional week of notice for each completed year of service up to a maximum

    of twelve (12) weeks will be given.

    For posts levels 6 to 9

    The University may terminate your appointment by giving at least three (3)

    months written notice to expire at the end of a calendar month. If you wish to

    resign from your employment with the University you are required to give at

    least three (3) months notice to expire at the end of a calendar month, in writing

    to the University.

     2 19 January 2010

For Academic, Research and Teaching Only Posts

    The University may terminate your appointment by giving at least three (3) months’ written notice, to expire at the end of a University Term (i.e. on 31st December, 31st March or 30th June). However, termination can take effect at the end of the Summer Vacation, provided notice is given by 1st June.

     3 19 January 2010

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