Re: OT: TW Contract Limbo

Subject: Re: OT: TW Contract Limbo
From: Dick Margulis <margulis -at- fiam -dot- net>
To: PBW <pbw3172 -at- yahoo -dot- com>
Date: Fri, 11 Feb 2000 17:30:13 -0500


You've answered your own question. You work for the agency, not for the
client. If they offer you a different assignment, presumably they want
you to accept it; it is their responsibility (not yours) to satisfy the
terms of their contract with the current client. Let them handle the
notice to your current client. You do what you have to about wrapping up
loose ends, knowledge transfer, etc.; shake hands with everyone; let
them take you out lunch; and move on.

PBW wrote:
> My company came to me
> recently with an opportunity to start a contract with
> a new client that is everything I would like to do:
> web design, technical writing, editing, project
> management, etc.
> This position will also increase my career goals and
> objectives.I have grown out of my current position and
> do notwant to burn any bridges. My contract expires
> here in June 2000. The new position will require me
> to start the first of March.

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