The staffing agency and the company have a 6 month contract, they need cause to violate the contract. I will ask the staffing company to place me elsewhere and I'm actively interviewing for other positions.
In the meantime, I am signing my name and reputation to 21 CFR Part 11 documents and other documentation that is open to FDA inspection should the pharma client succeed in gaining approval of this drug.
There are ongoing fraudulent activities, misrepresentation and more.... I am in a legal and ethical decision making process.
Any further advice? I have an employment attorney and can proceed with her.
Response: If you are being asked to do something illegal, you should not do it. However, to protect yourself, you should file complaint with the regulatory authority—with the FDA. After doing that, you can give your notice of resignation and actually state the reason for your resignation. You are doing this to make sure that you would be eligible for unemployment benefits. Generally, if you voluntarily leave you job, you would not be eligible for unemployment benefits. However, if you are forced to quit, if you are being asked to do something that is questionable on a daily basis, it is most likely that you would be eligible for unemployment benefits under that circumstance.