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  1. Ending a Contract: Re: Signed the Contract. Now the Company is Ignoring Me

    Perhaps. It's worth a try.
  2. Ending a Contract: Re: Signed the Contract. Now the Company is Ignoring Me

    They'll never admit I can work for their clients directly since that would entail them losing those clients. I am tempted to tell them that I consider the contract to be nullified based on their...
  3. Ending a Contract: Re: Signed the Contract. Now the Company is Ignoring Me

    I got the hint a few months ago. I was just hoping someone else had been in a similar situation and had a suggestion on what to do about the contract the company has left hanging out there, which...
  4. Ending a Contract: Re: Signed the Contract. Now the Company is Ignoring Me

    It does not. However the CFO did say she needed a piano teacher in that suburb as soon as possible. Students were requesting lessons and the only teacher she had who could cover them is mainly a...
  5. Ending a Contract: Re: Signed the Contract. Now the Company is Ignoring Me

    They've hired other teachers since me and added them to their website. They're advertising to hire more. I see a new job ad from them at least once per week. It doesn't sound like COVID-19 is a...
  6. Ending a Contract: Re: Signed the Contract. Now the Company is Ignoring Me

    We signed the contract in mid-June. The company registered as an LLC in December of 2017. One owner lives in Arizona, where they registered. The other (the CFO) lives in the same city in Colorado as...
  7. Ending a Contract: Re: Signed the Contract. Now the Company is Ignoring Me

    I was supposed to teach in the students' homes, paid hourly. The company handles all the advertising and billing and I just do the teaching part.
  8. Ending a Contract: Signed the Contract. Now the Company is Ignoring Me

    My question involves independent contractors in the state of: Colorado.

    In June I signed an independent contracting agreement to teach music lessons. The company's CFO signed on their behalf....
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