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I am sure there's a canonical question this should be a duplicate of, but the right answer is always: Get a firm written offer in hand from another company (after any negotiation of terms) Accept it, with a defined start date greater or equal to the notice you will provide in step 3 Notify your current direct manager and HR rep of what your last day at your ...


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In the USA, if you're a freelance contractor, your clients have limited ability to control your schedule, place of work, and other aspects of your arrangement with them. Misclassifying you could be a potential issue for them with the IRS. That being said, you don't need anything in your contract that stipulates your time off. That's completely at your ...


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