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notice periodnoun [C]

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the ​period between the ​time that you are told about something and the ​time that it must ​happen or be done: The senator's ​bill lengthens the ​noticeperiod before a ​layoff to 90 days. Legal ​evictionproceedings cannot begin until after the 60-day ​legalnoticeperiod is over.
HR the ​period of ​time that an ​employee must ​work in their ​job after they have said that they are ​leaving, or after they have been ​asked to ​leave: a ​noticeperiod of two months
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