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It would be crucial in this scenario to review the particular contract between contract trainer and employer. Specifically it would matter whether the contract was to last for any definite amount of time, whether training others was part of agreement, and whether either party had to give any amount of notice before terminating the agreement.
If training others was not part of the agreement, or giving some notice of termination or if the contract trainer was promised a position into the future, then the employer could be sued for breach of contract
. But if there are no such clauses, in other words either party could terminate the agreement at any time for any reason, then there would be no such contractual violation(s) and no chance at recourse against the employer..
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