Hi, I spoke with a current employee friend. He confirmed that we both signed a contract with the temp company. We also have a 6 month no compete clause if I am not mistaken. Also, the job is in Ca, where I reside, but the temp company is out of state. I believe the main branch is in Texas. Which state laws apply in a case like this?
I am still looking for the contract. I realize this is more than the standard $21 answer, and my tip will reflect that. I will keep this open and contact you when I find and have re-read my contract.
thanks for your patience. I have found the offer letter. It was with all of my other paperwork and is the only papers which are actually from the temp company to me. The rest are release forms for background checks. There are only 2 pages which read:
"Based upon our review of your qualifications and the personal intervies by "Temp Company Name" and our teaming partner, HP, we are pleased to present this offer of employment as a Customer Service Representative, working on our project at the...... center.
It gives my rate of pay, paid time of info (none), major med (none), 401 k information (after 1 year). I was there 1.5 years. Time off clause and a Non-compete clause with the temp company. Final pay info.
I signed and dated it, it had the signature (was faxed to me) of the Director of Operations. Who I believe is also the head of HR dept.
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