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  • MIRELLA BENNATI
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    Hello,
    The Company has an employee who was permanent full-time worker for 3 years. She decided to move 4 hours away and changed from full-time to seasonal contract.
    The contract letter states it will end March 13, 2024.
    Please advise if the employer needs to confirm (via email) or letter the company will not extend the contract.
    What should the employer need to know regarding contracts?
    Thank you.
    Mirella

    Rick Tobin
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    Yes, the employer needs to confirm that it will not be extending the contract, preferably by email and registered mail.

    The employer should be cautious and review to ensure that the change in employment terms was initiated by the employee and not under duress. As well, confirm there was no unwritten promises, guarantees, etc.

    You would not want to be on the hook for a termination severance that could potentially date back to their initial contract start date.

    HR Insider staff

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