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Old 04-16-2010, 11:07 PM
h_cheng2009@hotmail.com h_cheng2009@hotmail.com is offline
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Default do i need to give notice?

hi, i am working as a contractor now. the contract actually ended today. last week, i verbally promised to allow the employer and the job agency to extend my contract for another 6 months. i have not signed the new contract yet.

however, after much deliberation, i decided not to extend.

do i need to give notice? what's the best way to inform the company that i have changed my mind?

any ideas would be greatly appreciate!
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Old 07-26-2010, 03:31 PM
joinaunion joinaunion is offline
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It depends where you live,in most cases your not requied by law to give notice.Some provinces in Canada do require it.
As far as pay is concerned they a required to still pay you any money they owe you.
When it come to a reference by them they are only allowed to say how you performed at the duties assigned to you,not how you left.
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Old 10-20-2011, 06:50 PM
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When it come to a reference by them they are only allowed to say how you performed at the duties assigned to you,not how you left.
What province is that?
In Ontario, I think they can say whatever they want.
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