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I had decided to resign from my company on Monday Feb 6, 2017 and according to my contract, its a 60 days notice period. My question is, since February has only 28 days, then what should I enter in my notice letter as my last day?

Edit: I asked my manager, and he told me its full calendar days and not working days as I recall. But anyways, I speak to him again. I will just enter April 7, and let him know that I cannot stay no later than that date. I am sure he will understand.

Thanks!

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    Have you contacted your HR it's usually their job to calculate this for you? – Kyle Brown Feb 4 '17 at 21:48
  • Typically this is really defined in terms of work days, even if it's often expressed as weeks or months... But, yes, ask HR. You have to tell them anyway... – keshlam Feb 4 '17 at 21:57
  • I asked my manager, and he told me its full calendar days and not working days as I recall. But anyways, I speak to him again. I will just enter April 7, and let him know that I cannot stay no later than that date. I am sure he will understand. – Itsonlyme90 Feb 4 '17 at 22:03
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    This can be answered by getting a calendar and adding 60 days – HorusKol Feb 5 '17 at 8:06
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As you've already decided when you're going to resign, just say

I resign my position at [company name here], effectively immediately as of today, 6th February 2017.

Let HR work out when your final day is.

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It's no big deal really. The "60 days" means the company must accept a notice of 60 days or more. They may accept a shorter notice. So if you gave 59 days because of the February, the can either just accept it, or ask you to change the date.

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