Did your friend have a real job offer? Any competent interviewer should have had the business sense to adjust a start date so your friend could leave without prejudice, and even ask for a recommendation. Courtesy seems dead in business.

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Two weeks is the standard. Even if she gets terminated prior to the end of those two weeks, she did give notice. <br />
She should also keep a copy of the letter in the event her new employer would want to see it.

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Considering her employment is through a temping agency, the terms of that contract would have to be discussed with them.<br />
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But, as far as I am aware, there is no statutory minimum notice period for temporary workers. The employer she is working for can let her go whenever they desire, unless of course there is something written into the contract that would prove to the contrary, without being liable for unfair dismissal/redundancy pay.

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at least 2 weeks.

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Standard is 2 weeks notice. You never know who that current employer knows, you would be surprized. Giving less notice is just unfair and causes disruption to employers.

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Any notice is better than no notice. If her performance was good there she could use it as a reference. Always best not to burn your bridges.

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It is general courtesy to give two weeks notice to ANY employer.

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Sounds fair.

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I think that seeing as they are cutting her hours they dont need her anyway. and She needs to take the opportunity. As long as she tells the company before the 8th then the manager can schedule accordingly.

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