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I am still waiting for current employer to confirm my notice period after emailing my wish to leave but have not had a response

Write Them a Registered Letter I don't know about Belgium, but in Germany writing a registered letter would be the only correct avenue of communication in this case. You can then save the receipt ...
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I am still waiting for current employer to confirm my notice period after emailing my wish to leave but have not had a response

Usually we do not get to pick the notice period of a work contract. Especially not when a contract is about to end. When requesting a shorter period, but agreeing to a fixed date with a new employer, ...
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How do I get early relieving from my current employer who are taking too long?

I'm highlighting some points that stood out to me: At the time of resignation (around 1st April 2024), OP was fully aware of the 90-day notice period. Therefore, if they have to serve their full ...
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How do I get early relieving from my current employer who are taking too long?

I have no experience in the indian law system and are answering your question based on international law practise and experience. (Usually) If your work contract states a 90 days notice period and you ...
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I am still waiting for current employer to confirm my notice period after emailing my wish to leave but have not had a response

You left out pretty crucial detail, but helpfully added it in comments so I'll bring it up: because the company that have offered the role I have accepted will can not wait 6 months. That's a ...
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I am still waiting for current employer to confirm my notice period after emailing my wish to leave but have not had a response

Don't (only) send anything official that you need a quick response to by email. Walk into their office, or pick up the phone. Yes, it's nan interruption, but in this case you want to interrupt.
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I am still waiting for current employer to confirm my notice period after emailing my wish to leave but have not had a response

Barring any further mutual agreement to shorten your notice period then it's going to be 6 months, you've made your "offer" (for want of a better word) that you think a month is suitable and ...
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I don't know my work notice period

I do not know anything Ireland-specific, but I know how law generally works. You must have a work contract, these are typically strongly regulated in Europe. That has either a notice period or it has ...
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I don't know my work notice period

Google tells me that you have to give one week notice by law, and after 14 years employment your employer must give you six weeks notice. Unlike the UK, it’s not the same for employer and employee. ...
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I don't know my work notice period

How do I ask without raising suspicions? Why is that important? What are they going to do if they find out you're leaving? If it was me, I'd ask my manager: "hey what's my notice period?"; ...
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I don't know my work notice period

How do I ask without raising suspicions? You probably can't. However, as you need to do this, just ask HR for the contract with no further details. If they ask why, say "just realised I didn't ...
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I don't know my work notice period

Ask for a copy of the employee handbook from HR. Also, as been reminded here multiple times - get a written job offer before acting.
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