Re: Employment Status

Subject: Re: Employment Status
From: Roger Mallett <roger -at- CSICAL -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 5 May 1998 12:35:40 -0700

Sounds like you are a has-been.

Ensure that the pay is way up there and start beating the streets for
more business.

(At least it was nice of your former employer to help you get your
business started.)

Roger Mallett
Control Systems
(714) 458-5040 x 239

>From: JDigi88[SMTP:JDigi88 -at- aol -dot- com]
>Sent: Tuesday, May 05, 1998 10:30 AM
>Subject: Employment Status
>I am interested in your interpretation of the following situtation.
>You have been employed by a small company; you receive a paycheck with
>withheld, and you receive a W-2.
>You are now given a 5 page contract to sign titled, Contracting
>which refers to you as a contractor, delineates contracting services,
>and has
>a Statement of Work that will be completed on a project by project
>basis at a
>pay to be negotiated on a project by project basis. You are informed
>that you
>will not be given any "hours" until you sign the contract.
>My interpretation is: you have been fired, but they are offering to
>hire you
>back as a contractor.
>Do you agree? Disagree? How would you interpret this?

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