Article 23 - Termination of employment with notice

(1) Except as otherwise provided for in these Regulations Employers and Employees must provide notice of their intent to terminate employment.
(2) The notice required to be given by an Employer or Employee to terminate an Employee's employment, where the Employee has been continuously employed for one (1) month or more, shall not be less than:
(A) two (2) weeks if the continuous period of employment is less than three (3) months;
(B) one (1) month if the period of continuous employment is three (3) months or more but less than five (5) years; and
(C) three (3) months if the period of continuous employment is five (5) years or more.
(3) All such notices shall be given to the other party in writing and the Employer shall pay the Employee his salary during the notice period.
(4) This Article shall not prevent an Employer and Employee from agreeing to a longer or shorter period of notice nor shall it prevent either party from waiving notice or from accepting a payment in lieu of notice.
(5) This Article shall not affect the right of the Employee to terminate the employment without notice in the event of a material breach of the employment contract or these Regulations by the Employer.