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give notice

1. To inform one's employer of one's resignation. In this usage, a possessive pronoun is often used between "give" and "notice." I just gave my notice, so I'm officially leaving in two weeks. You can just walk out—you have to at least give notice!
2. To alert one to something. I think your teacher would have been more understanding if you had given notice of this printing issue in advance.
See also: give, notice

give (one's) notice

to formally tell one's employer that one is quitting one's job. Did you hear that James is leaving? He gave his notice yesterday. Lisa gave notice today. She got a job offer from another company.
See also: give, notice

give notice

1. Inform or warn someone of something, as in He's prompt about giving us notice of any discrepancy in the accounts. [Late 1500s]
2. Tell one's employer one is quitting, as in Our housekeeper gave notice last week. This usage, first recorded in 1765, originally alluded to any kind of termination, such as a housing lease, but today is most often used for leaving employment.
See also: give, notice
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NATURE OF APPLICATION Change of use from Class B1/B2 (Business/General Industrial) to Class D2 (Assembly & Leisure) including external alterations, car parking, landscaping and associated works LOCATION OF SITE Unit 3 Metro Riverside Park Delta Bank Road Whickham, NE11 9DJ TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING (DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT PROCEDURE) (England) ORDER 2015 ARTICLE 15 (4) I GIVE NOTICE that James Burrell Ltd is applying to Gateshead Council for planning permission for the development below ref: DC/15/00248/FUL LOCATION OF SITE James Burrell Ltd Deptford Road East Gateshead, Gateshead, NE8 2BR NATURE OF APPLICATION Removal of two no.
These provide that the employer can give notice to the employee requiring that they take their annual leave.
We have to give notice to bin Laden that he is our enemy, but we have to fight our main enemy first.
The changes to the Act, which came into force last year, now enable tenants who remain at their premises without having renewed their current lease arrangements, to give notice of just three months.
"It's extremely sad to have to give notice to skilled co-workers, but the final JAS 39 Gripen will be delivered to the Swedish customer in 2007.
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A worker must give notice of the dates he intends to take, even if there is no contractual agreement with regard to the procedures for requesting holidays.
As currently interpreted, the GLBA requires practitioners who provide, among other things, tax planning and tax preparation services to individual clients, to give notice of the practitioner's policy regarding disclosure of private information at the start of an engagement, and annually thereafter.
The new law requires firms with non-CPA owners give notice to clients that non-CPA owners may participate in providing or performing client services.
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By utilizing these rule sets, attorneys can monitor their cases and keep track of all related deadlines, such as when to give notice of hearings and when to provide documents to opposing counsel prior to hearings.
The WTO requires its members to give notice of proposed regulations that might significantly affect trade.
SAS, the Scandinavian airline, has reportedly suspected lately that staff at the luggage handling unit at the foreign terminal had been emptying passengers' bags, and when the 12 suspects were arrested by police SAS said that it would give notice to them.
The insured didn't give notice because he didn't know his homeowners policy covered accidents outside the home and because someone else told him the claimant would not sue.