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    Quote Originally Posted by vj12354 View Post
    There is no termination clause, just the a notice period of 14 days from Agency to consultant. There was no specific reason for termination, they said there are getting more experienced personal and so I have to quite.
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    The only things the termination clause really protects you against would be an immediate rate reduction or the agency immediately replacing you if they find someone cheaper. These days it's quite common to get terminated with an offer of a new contract at a lower rate. Then you can expect the notice period to be honoured.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vj12354 View Post
    Hi,

    I'm a contractor and my contract state a 14 days notice period should be given in order to end the service, before the contract end date. My question is how much penalty needs to be paid to settle the early termination?
    - Is it 10 working days (10 * day rate), which is same as 2 weeks notice period?
    - Is it 14 working days (14 * day rate).

    In either case, any supporting document / link would be much appreciated. I search over the internet for a long time but didn't find any answer, Can someone please help?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zara_backdog View Post
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