The plaintiff, claiming a contract from year to year, sued to recover for the unexpired portion of the second year of his employment which defendant had terminated. The offer, made and accepted by mail, was for "the position of General Sales Manager at a salary of $15,000 per year to begin with . . . . " It further appeared that plaintiff had moved from New York to Milwaukee, that he had been making more money per year prior to this employment, and that payment by defendant had been made monthly. Held, that the hiring was indefinite and terminable at the will of either party. Brooks v. National Equipment Corp., 209 Wis. 198, 244 N. W. 598.
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