No, you are not required by law to give a two weeks’ notice when quitting a job

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A tweet with fifty thousand likes claims you don’t actually need to give two-weeks notice before quitting a job. We turned to labor departments in four different states to find out.

QUESTION: Are you required by law to give two weeks’ notice when quitting a job?

ANSWER: This is false. In every state except Montana, employees are considered at-will, meaning an employee can quit for any reason and the employer can fire you for any reason. All of our sources say there is no law that requires at-will employees to give two weeks’ notice before leaving.

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