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  • problem wirh renewing the contract Massachusetts

    I am working at a university and my boss does not want to renew my contract because he was ask from HR yo renew it for 1 year and he said he will give me only short terms.

    He knows I am looking for a new job since the position from here is not permanent and he knows i was applying to so several opening because he was giving to me a letter or recommendation.
    but i did not get any job offer yet and I am not sure when I will get because it seems yhe employment is freezing and my visa is j1.

    how to ask my boss to give me 1 year?

    he want short term because he said if he will give me 1 year he has to write a letter with "the work cannot be done without me" and this imply to open a permanent position for me and he does not want to have permanent staff, only his secretary wants to be permanent staff.

    let me know please what is wrong here because I do not beleive anyone not my boss not HR none....
    I feel everyone is lying me and I will be without any job soon.
    Please advice me!
    Thank you!

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    I don't think there is any way you can make your boss renew your contract for one year.
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