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Contract Terminated by Employer

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1 Contract Terminated by Employer on Sun Jan 15, 2012 1:02 am

rahsc_07


Arresto Menor
A new employee has been hired by an outsourcing company (employer) and been handed out to the client.

After a week, he/she was forced by my employer to resign because of the skills did not fit on the project said by the client.

Factors to consider:
1. He/she passed the interview made by the employer
2. He/she passed the interview made by the client

Another issue was the schedule.

The employer and the employee agreed that there will be no Sunday work during the interview and before signing the contract. The employer told the employee that there will be Sunday work but it will be a rare case and it can be arranged with the client Team Lead if the schedule was appointed to him/her, by swapping.

After the client orientation to the employee on the 2nd day. The schedule agreement was not mentioned to the client by the employer. Then the next day, the client decided to report the issue to the employer.

The employer decided to wave the contract and pay the employee amounting half month of his/her salary. And will provide a Quit Claim to be signed before giving the money.

Can you please help the employee with this case?

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2 Re: Contract Terminated by Employer on Sun Jan 15, 2012 12:12 pm

attyLLL


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tough situation. what does it say in the contract? was he hired as a project employee? i don't think he was illegally dismissed, but he can ask for damages.


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