Our guidance on agreements made about training or other benefits.
When companies pay for training or a move, or some other expense, it’s common for them to require you to stay for a certain time afterwards in order for the company to recoup their investment in you.
Sometimes it’s a written contract and sometimes it’s just a verbal agreement. The question is, when you get a better offer, do you have to stay? Or do you have to pay back the costs in order to leave?
This Cast Answers These Questions
- Can I leave after the company paid for my course?
- Do I have to stay until the end of a project?
- Do I have to stay after a company paid for me to move?
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