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  • -Shamil-
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    :rotfl:

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  • x--x
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    Originally posted by -Shamil- View Post
    none of us are that good looking though :(
    Sad but true.

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  • -Shamil-
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    Originally posted by x--x View Post
    Ok so I will accept it and if they don't allow me to cancel one of you will be randomly selected to dress up as me and fill in- without pay
    none of us look like freddy krueger though :(

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  • x--x
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    Ok so I will accept it and if they don't allow me to cancel one of you will be randomly selected to dress up as me and fill in- without pay

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  • oz99
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    HARAAAAM

    It's haraam signing man-made contracts for man-made jobs.

    HARAAAM!

    @)

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  • noobz
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    and i thought there were no jobs.

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  • mundo
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    Someone at my workplace did it. Signed the contract and submitted it but called later to say that he was offered a better job and will not be turning up.

    There might be something near the probationary period saying either party can cancel within the first 2 weeks of employment .. or something along those lines.

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  • Ikki
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    Isnt' there come clause in your contract that says either party can cancel the contract by such and such means. There's always a get out clause.

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  • aadil77
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    Why can't you accept/reject the offer later on? Is there a time limit?

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  • -Shamil-
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    Genius! Why did I not think of that? Now all I need is a device that will clone me and allow me to be in two different cities at the same time. Another problem solved by agony aunt Shamil
    Airplanes can transport you from one city to another :up: you need anything else you let me know

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  • x--x
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    Originally posted by -Shamil- View Post
    stop being lazy and do both jobs - honestly
    Genius! Why did I not think of that? Now all I need is a device that will clone me and allow me to be in two different cities at the same time. Another problem solved by agony aunt Shamil

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  • Jannah7
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    Salam,
    Islamically we are supposed to fulfill our contracts and oaths. Basically signing a contract is like a promise that you will accept the terms and work there. I don't know if it is ethical to just change your mind at the last minute because you got a better offer and leave the company in trouble because they wont have a worker they need . Best to check with a scholar.

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  • -Shamil-
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    stop being lazy and do both jobs - honestly

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  • abdulsidd
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    Originally posted by x--x View Post
    Is it called a resignation though? Because it's almost a year before I start...
    Well, I was due to start on a Monday, and I notified my boss on the weekend that I got a job in Kuwait instead. I suppose its a resignation. Of course, I probably won't ever get a job at that company again, but I'm in a better job, Alhamdulillah.

    Your situation seems to be different.

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  • .mirror.
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    Unless they specifically stated that you must stay with them (which I don't think they'd do), you should be free to go. :insha:

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