Ron, My question is somewhat similar to the one raised by the users above. I am currently on H1B working for a consulting company and I have signed an employment agreement with my present employer that states that: "Contractor shall provide the company with two weeks prior written notice of contractor's intention to terminate any assignment received from the company. Contractor understands that the client or the company may reduce the length of any assignment at any time. Therefore, no advance notice of termination of an assignment from the client or from the company is required. It is understood that, subject to the aforementioned notice provisions applicable to contractor, employement is at the mutual consent of both contractor and the company." Also, my company has been giving hard time to people who give their 2 weeks notice before relieving them. I am thinking of resigning without notice to save the agony of being ill-treated during the final 2 weeks. can the employer insist that I give the 2 weeks notice or take legal action against me as I had signed the agreement. Thanks a lot for your help in this regard.