Good pm. I have a small company in line with training and consultancy services. We are a retainer of a horizontal construction company owned by a family corporation, for two years and we ended our contract with them last Aug. However, there was a verbal agreement that the management will extend our services for another 2 years. We are waiting for the final contract and said that the board members will just review the scope of work. With the trust, we continue our work in-spite of having no formal contract for almost a month now. The HR manager which happened to be one of the board member whom we directly report with, changed her attitude towards us since we are imposing change management and restructuring which she happens to be one of the cause. She called us and said she will terminate our services. She is supposed to issue our last pay as extension of the end of contract but holding since she wants us to sign the NDA (notice of disclosure agreement) My question is . . . is termination a right term? isn't it an end contract? Are we obliged to sign the NDA though it's an end contract? Can we still claim our last pay even without NDA? Of course our last pay is important to us, however, she's stepping on our rights even we did not do anything wrong during the duration of our services but even contributed a big part in terms of development and professionalism in the company. Please advise, we would like to know our rights. Thank you
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