My employment contract doesn't have the employer's signature?

My employment contract doesn’t have the employer’s signature, it only has mine.

From what I know is, a contract is a written agreement between two parties, wherein they have to affix their signatures to make it binding.

In my case, the employer did not affix his signature.

Is the contract still legal and binding?

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2 Responses to “My employment contract doesn't have the employer's signature?”

  1. john c Says:

    It doesn’t need any signatures at all. A valid contract only needs to be written. By accepting a copy, you agreed to the terms and by allowing you on the premises, they agreed as well. Good Luck.

  2. jobbend Says:

    You need to consult a labor law expert. If you are in the US, you could also speak with your state division of employment for direction.