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itas97
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Fucking shut down the companies having 3 months of notice period.

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  • 3
    ohno!! You find new very soon! good luck đŸĨēđŸĨē
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    @petergriffin I'm surprised you have -2 ++'s. How even?
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    @3rdWorldPoison yes not nice ☚ī¸đŸĨē
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    3 months?
    1 month is hard enough to get through, 3 would make me make them fire me to get out of.
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    They will shut themselves down. How can demotivated employee be worth keeping around for so long?
  • 4
    Just fucking walk out of the door and call it a day. What they gonna do? Tell their investors?
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    Works both ways. I've happily taken places with 3 month notice periods knowing that if they decide to fire me for whatever reason, I've got 3 months to sort myself out. And when leaving voluntarily, good jobs have been more than happy to wait the 3 months before bringing me onboard.
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    @C0D4 yes, exactly. Most people take vacation time so they only have two work only a week or so. Else it's writing a month useless documentation.

    And 3 months, well, if its from being fired perspective, it's the dream 😂 Get fired, find a job in three days and annoy the fuck out of them.

    But what @uyouthe said, what are they gonna do? Nothing will happen.

    Other option: pee on your pc. When instantly fired, contact ends
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    I have 1 week XD
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    @uyouthe lol

    @AlmondSauce it's usually a one way street.
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    @F1973 WTF kind of shit companies you work for?! O.o

    I'm pretty sure inside EU it's illegal to have diff leave periods.. or at least nobody is shitty enough to make them different in the contracts.. o.O
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    @sladuled This is why EU is ahead than reset of the world.

    I work for an American brand where I have seen people being laid off with notice of 10 minutes to evade the premises.

    So much that they were asked to collect their belongings the next day.

    This happens when you live in a country where supply of workforce is more than available jobs.

    Laws are weak and money speaks the best language.
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    @F1973 dude, you live in hell?! no offence but it sounds horrible :(
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    @petergriffin I have started preparing and I am sure I will get into a better one this time.
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    @F1973 dude, 🇮đŸ‡ŗ ✈ī¸ .............. ->đŸ—ē

    I knew you had it bad over there, but that's beyond a legal joke in any civilised nation.
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    @C0D4 I wasn't aware of the norms at that time. I only looked at the compensation which was decent compared to standards in my country.
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    @WildOrangutan Most of the employees have already started leaving the company after the new Dumb ceo arrived
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    @sladuled Got the job straight out of college.I will try to get out of this mess soon.
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    @itas97 Good luck! 🤞
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    @sladuled I know right?? I never take it as offense as I know I live in shite hole. The law enforcement, culture, people, economy, politics, everything is going downhill so fast.

    I sense a massive civil war soon. I am trying so hard to get out and take my parents too so we can live a better life.

    @C0D4 In my defense, I agree that this shit place is more than a joke. Which is why it was so hard for me to move on when I lost the Paris gig.
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    @F1973 Good luck to you too!! 🤞
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    @F1973 Not in the UK. Has to be equal.
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    I don't really mind. I don't really mind taking my time job hunting and looking through all the options. If it's a shorter notice period I may not have time to get through enough applications to decide if I've made a good choice.
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    @sladuled Danke!! 🙏đŸģ🙏đŸģ🙏đŸģ🙏đŸģ

    @AlmondSauce Do you think a guy like me can get a job in EU or UK?
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    @hashedram at times it's about the other company shortlisting you for interviews considering your notice period and also waiting long enough that you won't drop or get counter offer.
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    @F1973 deutsch Immigrant very niceee
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    @F1973 The EU, unlikely. Big push to hire from within. The UK after it leaves next year, entirely possible on a points based immigration system (though if that's what they go with, and it's not completely arbitrary, which admittedly are two big ifs.)
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    @AlmondSauce Situation is changing very rapidly. Hopefully things would improve.

    Though I am getting initial calls from EU based companies, I am not getting past screening rounds.

    But I know for sure, if I continue to keep hustling, I would land a gig soon.
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    @F1973 It's under the "guise" of fairness, but because it's so much easier to recruit inside the EU, you have to be a *really* stand out candidate to get all the way if you're from outside it. I'm lucky I'm in the UK tbh, I don't think I'd stand a chance if I was applying from elsewhere.

    When the UK leaves the EU however, chances are that we'll need to pull in developers from other countries as there simply won't be enough - and then the process will likely be the same whether you're from France, India or Russia. So it'll be a much more level playing field if you're coming from outside. (FWIW, this certainly doesn't mean I think we *should* leave, it's just a side effect of us doing so.)
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    @AlmondSauce The thing with me is, I am not a dev but a Product Manager.

    Even in this covid-19 crisis, I am getting calls from companies in EU/UK which validates the fact that my resume and skill do stand out.

    While my peers struggle with calls in India, let alone landing a decent offer.

    I am pretty optimistic about my skills and hard work but time and luck also play their part.

    Let's see how future unrolls for all of us.
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