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Unless you and the company signed the agreement (or at least the company did), then there is no employment contract, arguably. Without the signatures, the parties are not under the contract and there is simply a free association of employment/contract which can be terminated at any time by either party.
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I see. I'd need to actually see the Offer of Employment. Can you attach it to the question? The title itself is not enough to determine anything.
This is more of an offer and it is meant to establish the things in the middle large paragraph of page 2. However the actual "Employment Agreement" has not been signed.
So at this time, whatever Employment Agreement there is, it is not enforceable since no one signed it.
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Unless someone in your situations actually signed that Employment Agreement, then based on what you have told me - yes.
However, it is always good to give reasonable notice prior to quitting, of course, even if not required.