Breaking Down Employment Contracts and Notice Periods in Texas: A Guide to Understanding Your Rights

 In Texas, the person recently started a new job at a small startup company. The job required signing a two-year contract. As time went on, the person found that the workload at the company became too much to handle, especially considering they are not the owner and are only being paid $17 per hour.

According to the information in the contract, the person is required to give a 90-day notice before resigning and schedule an exit meeting with their boss. Failure to do so would result in a daily payment of $25 for the remaining time they would have worked (2 years).

However, the person has received information from several individuals that these conditions are unenforceable in the state of Texas. Due to the stress caused by the current job, the person wants to know if this information is true or not.

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