Unfortunately, that is an offer letter not an employment contract, and you would still be considered an at-will employee.
That means that you can be terminated at any time for any reason with or without any prior notice.
This stems from the employment at-will doctrine, which is codified in California Labor Code Section 2922, and states:
"An employment, having no specified term, may be terminated at the will of either party on notice to the other. Employment for a specified term means an employment for a period greater than one month."
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