If your employer asks you to sign a new employment contract , can you refuse?. What are your rights?

I have been employed with the same firm for 3 years and they are revising the employment contract. What would my rights be if I don’t agree with the terms? Thanks You.

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3 Responses to “If your employer asks you to sign a new employment contract , can you refuse?. What are your rights?”

  1. Bob Says:

    You have a right not to sign. You also have a right to not work there anymore.

  2. pgcpaul Says:

    The employer can do whatever he wants.

    If the new contract changes the job substantially, you would be entitled to unemployment benefits if you quit.

  3. dstrbd4godsmack Says:

    Employers can change anything within contracts when they feel the need to. . Just like they can fire you without reasons alot of the time. . If you truly do not agree with the new terms than talk to your supervisor and see if maybe you can come to a agreeable contract, if not, contact the department of labor and see what they tell you. Good luck.