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Maybe I should talk to my boss and try to convince him that people at C will learn that I left anyway? I think that is your best strategy. I suggest pointing out to your Company A boss that Company C people are going to see the update to your LinkedIn profile after you leave A. Claiming you are on sick leave is going to look really silly when your ...


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I was in a similar situation once - I was employed by a parent company to work at a client company, and when I resigned my manager asked to say nothing, so the company I was body-shopped out to would stay happy. I did what my employer asked. I stayed in contact with some of my ex colleagues from the client company, and when they found out that I didn't work ...


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Short answer: Don't lie. Longer answer: Your professional reputation has value If you participate in this fraud, and yes, it is fraud, by "Company A", you will be in the very least tarnishing yourself as being a liar, untrustworthy, and unprofessional. You could expose yourself to legal troubles IANAL and you should check with one as depending on the ...


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