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I am very much impressed with your through answer. However, will you be able to answer the following question that I had mentioned in my original posting?
Things to be noted ….1. Regarding time tracking (time sheets), we were supposed to submit time sheetsa. to the client (ABC),b. Send an email to the XYZ manager about number hours worked for the month,c. And fill up the time sheet at XYZ’s system.Submitting time sheets to the client on time was mandatory as that would help client to pay XYZ for my service. I always submitted time sheets to the client and informed to my XYZ’s manager on time. I however did not submit time sheets regularly on XYZ’s system.
Can they pursue me for not filling the time sheet at XYZ’s system regularly?
I am a Citizen from Nepal and I am currently residing in Canada. Will it make any difference to your original answer ?
Also, Can they serve legal notice by email ?
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