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rkn61You may please refer to the separation clause mentioned in your Offer of Appointment, issued by your Employer
From India, Aizawl
In general 30 days notice period is very common, but it is Company specific and you should follow what ever agreed by you at the time of joining. Please refer the separation clause of your appointment order.
From India, Madras
saswatabanerjeePlease explain the reason why you are asking the question if you want a more accurate answer.
Generally, company decides how many days of notice it needs in case of separation (resignation / termination) and puts it in the appointment letter or it may put it in the HR Policy and intimate to the employees. However they must agree to the change, otherwise it has no validity.
If nothing is specified, you need to refer to the Model Standing Orders of the state where you are based and follow that as a benchmark.
From India, Mumbai
HR.bineetIt varies from company-to-company. Some organizations have a notice period of only 1 months while other organizations made it mandatory for their employees to serve the notice period of 3 months.
From India, Gurgaon