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My contract is expiring and it won't be renewed yet I'm in the midst of a crucial project [closed]

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Arminder Gill

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( 6 months ago )

So my boss informed me earlier this week that my contract would not be renewed at the end of this month. I work as a software developer and the HR says that they are hiring an IT staff who would be doing all the system administration and also the software and coding duties (which is what I've been doing for the last 18 months). So I was served with a contract termination letter which states that I won't be renewed and that therefore my last working day would be the end of this month of April. What beats me is that as per the the job description of the incoming IT staff person, he doesn't posses those software coding skills and there could be a vacuum upon my absence. I don't know how to counter this as the decision for my termination has already been made and I'm in the midst of a crucial organisational project. How should I go about this? To counter and stay on till the project is done or just move on altogether?

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Nageshwer Reddy

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( 6 months ago )

Making your living as a contractor, you look for a new job and sign a contract soon to avoid running out of money. You have until the end of the month to avoid a payment gap.

Now you know there is a possibility that your current company will run into trouble when you are gone. If you don't have a new job at that time then it's up to you to exploit the situation to your best abilities. If you have a job at a time, then bad luck to the company.

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