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Discussion in 'Law School & Careers in Law' started by ccpa, Mar 18, 2008.

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  1. ccpa

    ccpa Law Topic Starter New Member

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    I signed a piece of paper when I started my new job that stated that in return for paying for my relocation expenses to move to my new job location, I would work for 2 years for the company. It also said that if I left before 2 years I would have my last paycheck held and that I would be required to pay whatever fraction was left over minus 1/24th x the numbers of months I have been here. I have worked here for 5 months. That was the extent of the "contract" we have.

    I am leaving this position for 1000 reasons mostly because what was promised at my interview has not been brought to fruition and I have discovered will never occur.

    My question......if I allow them to keep my last paycheck what can they do to collect the amount that is left over? Can they get a judgement against me that won't be an issue unless I come back here or can they submit this to collections?

    Thank you in advance.
     
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    eagle20 New Member

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    What kind of job is this? Why do you want to leave?
     

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