California Employment Law
California Employment Law Questions Answered by Legal Experts
So will it be a good idea if i just send them an email -
I herewith would like to terminate all professional relationships with XXXX on the basis of the agreement I signed being null and void in California since it is a non-compete agreement, which are invalid under California Business and Professions Code 16600. Also XXXX failed to offer me a acceptable job offer which further prevents me taking up any assignment as their employee.
Does it convey the fact that I am not interested in working with them now or in the near future and I am not bound by any legal obligation to take up any position with them ?
Thanks. Appreciate your help. Have a great weekend :)
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