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What’s the difference between “he gave his notice” and “he gave in his notice”?


Can “to give one’s notice” be used both by a boss and by a worker? Or “to give one’s notice” is for employers, and “to give in one’s’ notice” is for employees?

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What’s the difference between “he gave his notice” and “he gave in his notice”?


Can “to give one’s notice” be used both by a boss and by a worker? Or “to give one’s notice” is for employers, and “to give in one’s’ notice” is for employees?
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