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What is the garden leave policy at Barclays for VP / Director?

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Standard policy across the street is one month for VP and two months for director (three months for MD)

Hmm didn’t know it was 2 months for D. Thank you

In the U.K. VP is three months gardening/notice period at Barclays. Director is the same. MD is 6 months.

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