What is the standard notice period for executives?

If you're an executive, how much notice should you give your employer when you resign?

The standard notice period for executives is two weeks. This a commonly and widely accepted practice if there any party is unsure or if there is ambiguity in the length of notice either party has to serve.

This means that the executive must give two weeks' notice to their employer if they resign, or be subject to termination.

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