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If there is an employment contract that states: Terms of Employment. Subject to the provisions for termination set forth below this agreement is for one year, renewable on the one year anniversary. Which is dated August 26th 2010. Then there is an addendum to the contract that is dated swept 30th 2011 that states: Attachment A This contract automatically renews itself on the anniversary of its original date. Additional items to this contract include Health Insurance and Pharmacy Family Coverage, as well as, any other compensation agreed to by both parties in this contract. The addendum is signed by all parties. No where in the contract or especially in the addendum does it say that the employer has the right not to renew the contract other than for theift or more the 6 weeks out for sickness. Does the employer have the right to send a letter saying they are informing me that they will not be renewing my contract upon the anniversary date. No future commissions or payments of any kind will be paid under the terms of the contract, however they would like like to sit down and discuss future options.... Is this a breach of contract[email protected]