The situation is like this: Let's say that I am person A and I have been recruited by agency B to work for company C. While working for company C, I am employed by company D that is making all the payments to me. - I am A - the recruiting company B does only the recruitment - the company C just hire all contractors and pays them - and company D need actually my services, but there is not direct contract between me and D So, I am recruited by B. The recruiting process is hasty, no job description is provided because they say it's not available. The interview at company D is similar; no technical person is present (but only for 2 minutes at the end, mainly presenting what technologies they are using). I decide to join company D for a one year employment contract. The clauses between D and B are that B will offer the services through me (A) and in the first 20 days the contract can end immediately and after that with one week notice. The thing is that I am assigned to do something that is new to me; it was not presented clearly during recruiting process. So in the second day I (A) let them know (D) that I will not be able to provide work in the desired amount of time. D decide that no longer needs my services, so the contract ends. The situation is like this: I have been working for D for two days, but now D does not approve the time-sheets for those two days, because I did not provided required work. Is there a way to recover those not paid work; is it a simple way?