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#1 Posted : Wednesday, January 2, 2019 1:46:53 AM(UTC)

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Can I give a one month resignation notice? I am still on probation period 2nd month...
#2 Posted : Wednesday, January 2, 2019 1:24:52 PM(UTC)

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A coworker who just retired gave management 18 months notice. Of course, management dropped the ball and the announcement to fill his vacancy still hasn't been posted almost 2 months after he left.

Since you are only in your second month of probation, there is a chance that they could terminate you earlier than you intended. No point continuing to train you if you've already got a foot out the door. If your management seems reasonable, one month shouldn't be an issue. If your management is a problem, I wouldn't say anything until I had to.
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