Legal Question in Employment Law in California

I have read about the California Labor Code Section 2922 regarding at-will employment unless the contract has a specified length of time.

Since school faculty and staff often sign 10-month contracts (for the academic year) that are usually up for renewal each year, is it correct to assume they don't fall under the "at-will" principle?

If a contract is signed, but then the employee quits the job right before the school year starts, or even a couple of weeks into the school year, will he/she be accused of breach of contract and be at risk of legal action?

Asked on 7/06/13, 4:46 pm

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John Laurie Gertz and Laurie
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I would want to see a copy of the contract. I would also want to know if you are part of a union. If you are part of a union then your union rep would know the answer. I see you are local. If you are looking to have an attorney review this contract you can call my office at 818 345-0123

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Answered on 7/06/13, 10:16 pm

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