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1 month Notice period for an employee is good or bad? Your views pls.

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Both are there. Good if you work are currently working in a project with poor WLB, old tech stack and want switch immediately. Bad if your current salary is low, most service based companies won't give proper package during interview, you need to have multiple offers to get the package you need But due to 1 month NP, its difficult to have that many offers


Yup, totally agree on that!

It's pretty common, whether it's good or bad.


Mixed bag


I have a 1 month notice period, I prefer it because it makes transitioning easier

I don't think it's a bad thing.

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