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Susan, I practice law in New York and have handled many cases similar to yours. The question of whether or not you are entitled to be compensated depends upon the law in the State where you live.
Hi Elizabeth, Thanks for the opportunity to follow-up. I think you should announce it all in one shot. That is, include your timeframe, ideas, and so on. If you are intent on making the move as
Hello Kevin! Thanks for your question. You are in the driver's seat and you can handle this respectfully. As I understand it you are a contract employee, but working on a part-time basis, currently
First, sorry for the delay - I was away and unable to check messages. Short answer, the response would be "no," in most cases. However, it is best to consult someone with a legal background if unsure.
It is impossible to say in your position without knowing the nature of the job. Generally HR jobs are stable and most HR people stay in their jobs for years. I have been with my company for 32 years. I