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1 Employment Contract on Mon May 30, 2011 11:41 am

rjlegal


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Hi,

I got a problem regarding employment contract / job offers by a company.

I am currently employed then got a job offer with another company.

I signed a contract with a bond of 1 year and a fee of 100k if i resigned earlier than 1 year as a fee for any training.

I decided to stay with my current employer and informed the other company that I would not continue with them.

They told me that i cannot because i already signed and its a binding contract. They also threatend me that their legal dept will be disturbing me and my current employer.

My starting date on the other company is on June 15.

What whould I do?

They asked me to file a formal letter of resignation which I find not necessary since i havnt even began.

Many Thanks

Rj

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2 Re: Employment Contract on Tue May 31, 2011 7:07 pm

attyLLL


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try to nego a way out with the other company. ask for a clearance and quitclaim if you file their resignation letter.


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3 Re: Employment Contract on Tue May 31, 2011 7:20 pm

rjlegal


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If they would not be open for negotiations? last time I spoke with them they told me that i cannot backout.

Would I be liable for a certain amount or somthing?



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4 Re: Employment Contract on Wed Jun 01, 2011 7:21 pm

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if you don't pay them, they will have to sue you and prove their entitlement to damages.


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