Serving notice period Question 2 - Questioner from Dubai asks: I have been working in a company for more than 4 years; presently, I have to leave the company immediately and go to my home country for some problem I'm facing there.
What does N/P stand for?
N/P stands for Notice Period
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 60 other meanings of N/P in our Acronym Attic
- new password
- New Patient (hospitals)
- No Partying (rentals)
- No Password
- No Pets
- No Problem
- Not Payable
- Not Performed
- Not Provided
- Nothing Posted
Samples in periodicals archive:
But the timing of the next director of cricket's arrival at Edgbaston could be delayed by a notice period required elsewhere if the successful applicant is external.
The company paid the salary for the notice period of three months to some employees and only one month to others.
It has previously faced difficulties in reducing the notice period - typically three weeks for a college and six to 12 weeks for a training firm - even though the chief inspector has the authority to authorise inspections without warning.
As far as your notice period is concerned, if you have failed to give proper notice to terminate your employment in accordance with the notice period set out in your employment contract, then you are obliged, pursuant to the Labour Law, to compensate your employer for the remaining period of your notice period, which you have not served.
Andy Macfarlane, Scottish regional industrial officer for Unite, said: "We will be taking up a grievance on behalf of our membership with a view to questioning the validity of the 30-day notice period as opposed to the 90-day notice period.
A Calculating the level of pay that is due to the employee in the notice period can cause problems.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The court held that the trial judge was correct in reasoning that awarding the employee her full salary for the notice period and awarding disability benefits would amount to double recovery.