Thanks for your question.
If she comes to you and tenders her resignation then she will have to give you one weeks notice because she has worked for your for more than one month but less than two years.
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You would have to give her the same amount of notice unless a longer one has been specified either orally or in her written employment contract if she has one.
Note that you can only dismiss employee's by one of six reasons, there is lots of information about how you can dismiss here:-
If you are in doubt about whether you can legally dismiss her then you might speak to her informally and see if she wishes to terminate her employment by mutual consent with you.
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Okay, make sure you follow the disciplinary and dismissal procedures as well. ACAS are very helpful if you give them a call.
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