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Terms of employment changed & forced to leave position

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california: our design staff of 3 was informed that the company could no longer provide us with salaries beginning may 1. this had nothing to do with our performance. we were then offered contractual employment at a lower than average freelance rate on a per project basis with no guarantee of incoming work. i chose not to accept the new terms of employment and left on april 30. one other employee did the same and the other decided to stay on contractually. i was informed that the one that stayed on was given his salary back. i have filed a claim with unemployment and have an interview next week. i am a bit confused as to what my rights are and feel that something is definitely not right with this situation. my former employer continues to call and is requesting a letter of resignation. i will not provide anything to him until i discuss the issue with unemployment. is this an instance constructive wrongful termination?



Perhaps, but UNEMPLOYMENT is not the right agency you need to speak to about this. EEOC or a labor lawyer. http://www.attorneypages.com or http://www.eeoc.gov

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