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Completing hours requirement when providing specific service

My interpretation would be that 6 hours is average. Say the site was down. Would you walk away after 6 hours, even if it was important for it to be running? In that situation, surely you would put in ...
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Completing hours requirement when providing specific service

You have a poorly written contract and you best shot would be to amend it. You can specify a deliverable or hours worked but not both (except setting certain limits). This boils down to who carries ...
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I was ghosted by a recruiter after the offer signed

What recourse do I have against the recruiter? Most likely, none at all. You didn't employ the recruiter, the company did. The recruiter's job is to introduce applicants to companies. Every time ...
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I was ghosted by a recruiter after the offer signed

You could ask the client company point blank: Did you ghost the recruiter? Can you send me a copy of the last email you had with the recruiter concerning the delay? If you did ghost the recruiter, ...
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I was ghosted by a recruiter after the offer signed

Your mistake was not to bypass the recruiter earlier. I am assuming that the recruiter was third party and the "client company" was who you would be employed by. In that case you should have ...
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Should I hand in my notice at my current employer without a contract from my new employer? (UK)

You should not, but you can. Most importantly, if you do, and the new employer changes his mind, you might end up unemployed. You do not want that. But you can risk it, if the circumstances make that ...
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