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Will I still have to provide the 4 weeks notice if I'm still on probation?

As a Canadian who has signed many "probation period" contracts: No, you do not need to give any notice if you would like to quit during probation. Probation is a period where either the ...
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Will I still have to provide the 4 weeks notice if I'm still on probation?

Have you approached the company? You're still in probation, and they have reserved the right to let you go early. I see little point in them keeping you - you're likely not yet at full capacity, but ...
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Is it okay to quit my new job after three weeks because I got a better offer?

Is it bad to quit company A and go with company B in this situation? You're in your probation period. Company A can fire you at any time, and I'm assuming your contract states that you can leave at ...
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Is it okay to quit my new job after three weeks because I got a better offer?

Probation works two ways. First, it gives the company the right to terminate the contract for whatever reason they like. To keep things fair you also then have the same right to terminate the contract ...
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Is it okay to quit my new job after three weeks because I got a better offer?

I have to disagree somewhat with a few of the other answers. First, this answer depends on what exactly 50% higher salary means. Are you grossly underpaid now due to your negotiating prowess? Then I ...
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Is it okay to quit my new job after three weeks because I got a better offer?

At the old company, they will hate you. On the other hand, it’s 50% more salary. An old saying slightly modified: If you stay, they are happy, you are unhappy. If you leave, you are happy, they are ...
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Will I still have to provide the 4 weeks notice if I'm still on probation?

After two weeks, you don’t have to give any notice by law. But there is a contract, and companies can add a reasonable notice period to the contract. Your notice period in the contract is not ...
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Is it okay to quit my new job after three weeks because I got a better offer?

I don't disagree with Joe Strazzere's answer. I just want to make an alternative, one that I would probably take, which mitigates the downsides Go to you manager and tell them exactly what has ...
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Is it okay to quit my new job after three weeks because I got a better offer?

Is it bad to quit company A and go with company B in this situation? It depends on what "bad" means to you in this context. Clearly it would be good for you financially. But it's pretty bad ...
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What can we do if we get threatened when resigning?

Carrying on from the comments on sf02's answer: Firstly, if you want to resign, then you should resign. Croatia is an Eastern European country, that's true, but they are also an EU member and that, ...
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How long should you be at company before leaving?

One tip first: If you leave the next job after 1 week it's always worth a try calling your old company very humbly and see if you can return. Definitely better than being unemployed for 8 months. (The ...
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How long should you be at company before leaving?

Since I'm one of the newer developers I feel like I don't have a voice to change things. That is correct. Nobody of the old guard will initially listen to you, because they are not stupid. They have ...
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What can we do if we get threatened when resigning?

It seems to me you are frightened of your boss. That's one more good reason to resign. Resigning is a very formalized and straightforward action. You draft a mail/letter which states that you resign, ...
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How long should you be at company before leaving?

Companies and codebases are like this only. The reason they treat you so well is because they know work is shit. Also one more thing. Work is always painful that is why your salary is called "...
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How long should you be at company before leaving?

Apart from money. Generally the best time to leave is when a job becomes toxic or the work too onerous. Most of your problems seem to be about the work. This is relatively minor in my opinion. Having ...
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What can we do if we get threatened when resigning?

What can I do if it happens to me? Im planning to resign too... If you are threatened with bodily harm by your boss, report this to law enforcement and report it to whatever labor agency your company ...
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I have a toxic boss, can I demand a different project or boss?

Find a new project at your company on your own, then request a transfer. Don't give your boss a chance to thwart you. Don't give your toxic boss a chance to thwart your lateral move. Find a new ...
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I have a toxic boss, can I demand a different project or boss?

I have a toxic boss, can I demand a different project or boss? In the broadest scope of the term demand, yes you can demand a new boss. But what does that mean? There are two paths you can take: ...
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I have a toxic boss, can I demand a different project or boss?

I wanted to know if I can/should demand to be transferred to a different project and assigned a new manager? I've never worked in a company where you could successfully demand a new boss. Perhaps ...
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I have a toxic boss, can I demand a different project or boss?

You can ask. If you have good connections, that might be granted. Or you could play another game: Search around for other projects and bosses, and try joining another project. If you are truly correct,...
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How to handle when a valued mentor resigns?

Follow him. It's not that common that you'll run into these kinds of people. We so rarely interact with other people who genuinely improve our lives in measurable ways. It's worth trying to keep tabs ...
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How to handle when a valued mentor resigns?

How do I handle losing a valued mentor and avoid the workplace culture suffering as a result? Move on. Look forward. Focus on your goals, work, and your performance. You can keep you eyes open for ...
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How to communicate that someone is no longer employed at the company?

In the companies I've worked for, employees have always been given the choice of how to communicate to others that they were leaving. In the majority of cases, this meant the employee writing their ...
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How to communicate that someone is no longer employed at the company?

I think the current emails are sufficient from a liability and security standpoint. They don't convey anything malicious or poor-intended on the part of the company nor the terminated employee. The ...
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How to communicate that someone is no longer employed at the company?

A weekly newsletter about staff changes, best sent out early on Monday. Introduce the new hires - their job title and resume headline will do. Thank the people who have left for new opportunities and ...
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How would it be perceived by future employers if I had quit my job just after one month in, due to the work culture not being suitable for me?

I did it once- and at a company that would be many people's dream job. The culture was just not a fit for me. It took weeks to get me code access, I was prohibited from talking about my work ...
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How would it be perceived by future employers if I had quit my job just after one month in, due to the work culture not being suitable for me?

I did exactly the same. Worked for one month, took my money and quit the next day. There was a toxic culture in that company. I think it was a good decision. Before and after that I've had long-term ...
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How would it be perceived by future employers if I had quit my job just after one month in, due to the work culture not being suitable for me?

Yes, leave quickly and don't look back. And if I were interviewing you, I would listen to you explain, even complain, if you could tie it to code quality and maybe come equipped with a couple ...
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How would it be perceived by future employers if I had quit my job just after one month in, due to the work culture not being suitable for me?

I don't know where you are, but around here it's standard to have 1-3 months of "trial" or "probation" period for jobs. This period is meant to give both you and your employer a ...
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How would it be perceived by future employers if I had quit my job just after one month in, due to the work culture not being suitable for me?

So is it okay to quit this job just after a month of joining? Depends what you mean by "ok". It's certainly not illegal as long as you follow proper process and don't break any contracts or ...
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How would it be perceived by future employers if I had quit my job just after one month in, due to the work culture not being suitable for me?

Fact is that as one person you are not going to change how the company with 500 developers is working - unless you manage to work your way up to vp of software development in 20 years time, but there ...
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When do I need to resign?

It might be helpful to note that in the US, school usually is on break for most or all of June, all of July, and part or all of August. So if you moved in June, for example, it's fine for your kids - ...
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When do I need to resign?

In my experience the best way of addressing any issue is communication. As I understand, August 1 is non negotiable start date, because if it is - moving new job start is always easier then staying at ...
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Struggling at job. Frustrated, tired and feeling unproductive. How do I discuss this or approach a new job hunt?

I strongly feel I am not a match for this company and that looking elsewhere is the best path for both me and the company (just typing out this question feels like a relief). So find a new company ...
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Struggling at job. Frustrated, tired and feeling unproductive. How do I discuss this or approach a new job hunt?

Be honest and open. Explain how you are feeling and how that is impacting your motivation. You are doing no favors to anyone by keeping it in or hesitating to bring it up with your manager. This is a ...
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When do I need to resign?

Well, you could hand in your resignation before the probation period is over, but with an effective date of July 31st. But then your employer could respond by firing you with two weeks notice, because ...
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When do I need to resign?

I think you misunderstood how the notice periods work. You can resign at no shorter time period than stated in your contract but you can always hand in your notice sooner. So, if you want your last ...
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