I have a six months contract. Now on the fifth month, I was asked (verbally) by my HR Management head if I want to have another 6 months contract extension because of reasons:
- I'm a good worker (based on the results of my Productivity Sheets filled up by my manager every month, they said)
- Instead of looking for another worker to replace me, they want to retain me (considering the learning curve a new employee must take, the familiarity with the project, etc)
- Other workplace reason (many employees, who are regulars, like me to be around, etc)
But since it is impromptu, (they only passed by my branch office that day to have a meeting to my manager, and since there is few minutes left) they use that to talk to us few contractual about our end-of-contract.
I answered that I would like to sign another contract. After it is settled, we then have a mutual understanding, and they told me that we will meet again having the new contract with them on the later date. The people present on that meeting was me, my site manager, and the HR Management head, and it is concluded before we separate that I will have a contract extension for another 6 months.
Now it is my last week, and yet, no conversation ever happened about my contract termintation. Is it polite to re- inform them that my contract is ending and I want to sign another contract, after all they commit that they're willing to do so. How should I compose my message? Or should I wait for their call? There seems to be a small ruckus on the main office as of late, and I don't want to bother them as of the moment...