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Msg ID: 2619037 Can a company come after you if you renege on a Traning Contract? +2/-2     
Author:If you resign before your obligation,
2/9/2020 10:47:23 PM

can they sue you for it?



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Msg ID: 2619038 Can a company come after you if you renege on a Traning Contract? +14/-10     
Author:What do you think?
2/9/2020 10:56:42 PM

Reply to: 2619037

Did you promise to do something and then renege?

Hell yes, they can sue you. And they ought to whip your azz cuz your daddy must not have ever done it.

If your word means nothing, just what do you really have?



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Msg ID: 2619043 Come to my neck of the woods and try +14/-2     
Author:I dare you to sue and try to get
2/10/2020 12:03:12 AM

Reply to: 2619038

Your $ back.  Your little local empire means nothing elsewhere.  As far as whipping azz, I saw tricks and surveillance but they all ran away when confronted.



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Msg ID: 2619042 If training is required to get “qualified” for the  +5/-1     
Author:Job then, no.
2/9/2020 11:58:18 PM

Reply to: 2619037

However, most companies will want and try to get their money back.  Signing a memo or letter that you shall pay back the prorated cost isn't a legal document unless you happened to stay in that little local jurisdiction.  Change your bank account and move all of your money right before you quit and let them try to fund you.

Many company's deserved to be nuked when you decide to quit.



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Msg ID: 2619045 Can a company come after you if you renege on a Traning Contract? +3/-0     
Author:Pilot
2/10/2020 12:18:53 AM

Reply to: 2619037
I doubt they will spend the money for legal fees, but you're burning a bridge that might come back to haunt you.


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Msg ID: 2619046 Can a company come after you if you renege on a Traning Contract? (NT) +1/-0     
Author:Not aware of a single case.
2/10/2020 12:23:32 AM

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Msg ID: 2619047 Can a company come after you if you renege on a Traning Contract? (NT) +1/-0     
Author:And I've certainly seen guys bail.
2/10/2020 12:24:23 AM

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Msg ID: 2619069 like if you change your mind and want to stay?? (NT) +1/-0     
Author:Should they let you??
2/10/2020 7:28:45 AM

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Msg ID: 2619048 Can a company come after you if you renege on a Traning Contract? +1/-0     
Author:Basically no
2/10/2020 12:28:07 AM

Reply to: 2619037

But that won't stop them from trying.  Theyll probably threaten you with legal action and may even file but those contracts are pretty unenforceable.  ThAt being said, why are you bailing early?



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Msg ID: 2619070 wouldn't they standing for legal action (and attorney fees)? (NT) +1/-0     
Author:why just threaten??
2/10/2020 7:30:49 AM

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Msg ID: 2619053 Can a company come after you if you renege on a Traning Contract? +3/-0     
Author:NO.
2/10/2020 2:33:58 AM

Reply to: 2619050
NO they cannot and NO they will not. Bottomline...the training you get is the training they are required to give you. Anyone tells you any different they don't know what they're talking about. Feel free to move along. But as others have said you could be burning a bridge, keep that in mind.


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Msg ID: 2619072 Oh, so like a student loan, you can renege on them (NT) +2/-0     
Author:after you get the education?
2/10/2020 7:32:39 AM

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Msg ID: 2619074 Oh, so like a student loan, you can renege on them (NT) +1/-0     
Author:Bingo!
2/10/2020 7:50:07 AM

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Msg ID: 2619681 Oh, so like a student loan, you can renege on them +1/-0     
Author:Feel the Bern
2/12/2020 8:30:57 PM

Reply to: 2619072

Don't worry Bernie and Liz cover it for you. 



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Msg ID: 2619056 Can a company come after you if you renege on a Traning Contract? +7/-0     
Author:Anonymous
2/10/2020 3:30:30 AM

Reply to: 2619037

Short answer - they won't

Waht they might/probably will do - Garnish your wages on the last paycheck, except minimum wage for hours worked, and blacklist you



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Msg ID: 2619073 Are there any lawsuits that deal with this that can be used as a (NT) +1/-0     
Author:precedence?
2/10/2020 7:36:44 AM

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Msg ID: 2619077 Can a company come after you if you renege on a Traning Contract? +1/-0     
Author:UF 49
2/10/2020 8:28:29 AM

Reply to: 2619037

Some companies will have you sign a promissray note instead of a training contract.  These are two VERY different animals...  A promissory note is a Legal enforcable document and it will hold up in civil court. The court could garnish future earnings, seize assets etc.  



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Msg ID: 2619080 Can a company come after you if you renege on a Traning Contract? +3/-0     
Author:Mr. Easy
2/10/2020 8:46:41 AM

Reply to: 2619077

Just call in sick until they fire you.



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Msg ID: 2619096 Can a company come after you if you renege on a Traning Contract? +8/-0     
Author:Integrity
2/10/2020 9:56:26 AM

Reply to: 2619037

The answers here show the integrity of the average helicopter pilot. At minimum a conversation should take place before you leave. As was noted by someone, you could burn bridges. This is a relatively small industry with big mouths and bigger ears. If you are willing to screw your employer, you'll screw over a fellow pilot. Good integrity never requires explanation. Try it!!!



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Msg ID: 2619128 We hired you, We gave you type training you didn't have. We promised not  +2/-0     
Author:fire you w/o just cause for same time
2/10/2020 11:54:06 AM

Reply to: 2619124

We kept our end of the deal!



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Msg ID: 2619107 If you're referring to a particular R44 job, you're probably ok? +1/-0     
Author:You can always counter sue over
2/10/2020 10:13:19 AM

Reply to: 2619037
lousy working conditions!


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Msg ID: 2619266 Can a company come after you if you renege on a Traning Contract? +2/-0     
Author:Generally
2/10/2020 11:06:16 PM

Reply to: 2619037

speaking if the company has to train you to utilize your services the training contracts may not be enforcable but be very careful about the wording in the contract, you must be careful about what you agree to do, especially when putting it in writing.



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Msg ID: 2619454 Can a company come after you if you renege on a Traning Contract? +3/-0     
Author:True.
2/11/2020 5:09:34 PM

Reply to: 2619266

That's why no one should sign these things.  Ask about the prospect of it on initial interview.  IF the company requires it just walk away.



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Msg ID: 2619602 Can a company come after you if you renege on a Traning Contract? +1/-0     
Author:./.
2/12/2020 1:09:21 PM

Reply to: 2619037

Seems my original comment was removed so I'll add it again. If you work in the Vegas area, for the biggest company, and refuse the repayment plan, they will immediatly send it to a debt collector who will place it on your credit report



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Msg ID: 2619844 Those who think they are immune or protected really aren't! (NT) +1/-0     
Author:They can get you now, or later!
2/13/2020 5:43:10 PM

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Msg ID: 2620046 Those who think they are immune or protected really aren't! +2/-0     
Author:Not really.
2/14/2020 7:59:36 PM

Reply to: 2619844

It's fear that gets ya, too much concern.

You can get it taken off your credit report.

As soon as your, assumedly ex, company starts playing hard ball go right after them in every way you can.  Most can't stand the prospect of you calling a news organization.



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Msg ID: 2620070 Can a company come after you if you renege on a Traning Contract? +1/-0     
Author:lawyer uo.
2/15/2020 3:01:44 AM

Reply to: 2619602

they dropped it immediately.



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Msg ID: 2620156 Can a company come after you if you renege on a Traning Contract? +2/-0     
Author:I agree
2/15/2020 4:23:13 PM

Reply to: 2620070

whole heartedly.

'They' don't want their name splashed around as being sounreasonable towards their business obligations.

Personally I don't get in to any situation I can't live through with respect to rubbish like that.



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