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My contract is about to expire so I'm leaving work chats. Can I leave a message when leaving, hinting I'm available for another work?

Don't hint. These are contacts who know you and should be inclined to think well of your expertise. Contact them separately outside the company if you feel it will be useful and let them know you're ...
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How much notice should I give when my contract is ambiguous about what's required?

If there are different terms for "during the probation period" and "from 13 weeks to 4 years", and you are apparently in a situation where you are both in your probation period and ...
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When leaving a fully remote job, do I communicate my departure with people beyond my manager?

tl;dr - let the manager break the news of your departure; after that, connect 1:1 with anyone you like Do I post a message on the general company-wide slack channel? My 2 cents: skip the general ...
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My contract is about to expire so I'm leaving work chats. Can I leave a message when leaving, hinting I'm available for another work?

Agree with post from Kilisi. Anyone who knows you and has any interest in working with you again, they're capable of finding you on LinkedIn or through mutual contacts. If you were to say nothing ...
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When leaving a fully remote job, do I communicate my departure with people beyond my manager?

I would reach out to the people that you have had day to day contact with. It is polite and also they may be future colleagues.
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How much notice should I give when my contract is ambiguous about what's required?

Am I still in my probation period technically? I have an officially headed letter or does that now not matter as I am past the 13 weeks? The reality of the situation doesn't really matter. The ...
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How much notice should I give when my contract is ambiguous about what's required?

In my experience, you usually receive a letter from the company if you have "passed" your probation period - so it would be reasonable to assume that you are still 'on' probation. I've had ...
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