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Does the employee have to accept the 60 days notice and continue working or can they leave that day?
Response: Accept the notice and continue to work until the 60 days have expired.
Yes, the employee has contractual obligation to stay until the expiration of the 60-day notice.
However, if there is an offer on the table, the employee can inform the employer and get mutual releases to terminate the employment contract immediately.
Yes, they can sue for breach of the contract, for leaving before the expiration of the 60-day notice.