Once I submit my 60 day notice, am I guaranteed to have 60 more days of work, or can my employer terminate the contract immediately once notice is given?

I am a contract employee and need to give written notice.

Asked on December 2, 2015 under Employment Labor Law, Colorado

Answers:

M.D., Member, California and New York Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney

Answered 5 years ago | Contributor

Yes, your employer can let you go immediately under the circumstances. There is no law prohibiting it. Your only protection may be if you have a union agreement, employment contract or company policy that requires full pay after notice. If not, legally, your employer's only obligation is to pay you for all time that you actually work up to the point at which your employment ends.


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