Before * months period — when can I give notice?

2018-10-13 23:27:02

In my contract I have a clause that says "[...] in case that employee leaves before 12 months period, the employer [...]". It'll say that employer shall deduct some expenses from my final salary which he took when hiring me.

My question is, having 1 month termination notice, what's the earliest time I can give notice to avoid this deduction? May I give this notice in the 11th month thus working total 12 months or do I have to work full 12 months before giving notice (thus essentially working 13 months)?

I'm working in Australia

May I give this notice in the 11th month thus working total 12 months

Yes, you may.

As long as you don't leave before 12 months expire, you are good to go.

  • May I give this notice in the 11th month thus working total 12 months

    Yes, you may.

    As long as you don't leave before 12 months expire, you are good to go.

    2018-10-14 00:52:16