Our situation is that the buy-out price to hire a temp worker is too steep. It's a shame, since the agency's efforts have not been quality with us (4 unsuccessful temps in the past 6 months), nor with the current temp worker (largely underpaid). If we terminated the contract with the temp agency, and quickly re-hired the current temp worker (who would also terminate contract with temp agency), but under a different title than the original description (change in structural plans of our employees), would that be breaking the original contract, those typical for most temp agencies?
1 Answer from Attorneys
It's impossible to say without seeing the terms of the agreement but it is highly likely that it would breach the contract.
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