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    My understanding is that a 14-day advance notice to leave a company is a good business practice and a sigh of a good will. I want to part on good terms. However, the employer is behaving badly. Can I just leave and forget the 14-day good will notice. If he does not appreciate it there must be another way. What is the minimum advance notice time in California by law? I could not care less about this employer.

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    There is none. Just know that, when asked for a reference, this employer can truthfully say "she walked out with no notice".
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      How much notice would they give you if THEY wanted to end the relationship? If the employer is behaving badly, they probably wouldn't give you a good reference anyway.
      I am not an attorney, and don't play one on TV. Any information given is a description only and should be verified by your attorney.

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        Even if you give notice, they can tell you to leave now (right after you give notice).
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