I am an attorney doing doc review in Boston, and on my first day I signed a confidentiality agreement with the firm where the staffing agency placed me. Months later I asked for a copy of the agreement and a few months after that I was told that the firm does not give out copies of agreements, but I could schedule a time to review it. It seems to me that I can not comply with the agreement if I don't know exactly what it says. Does making the agreement available for review suffice to make it enforceable? I would think I should be provided a copy of it for it to be enforceable. This is an issue because the firm says it would violate the terms of the agreement if I put the name of the firm on my resume.
Employment law governs employee pay, non-discrimination policies, employment classifications, and hiring and firing at the federal, state, and local levels.
by attorney David Zoeller
Employment forms are the documents and forms used in the workplace to determine eligibility for work, pay wages and benefits, arrange tax withholding, and more.
by attorney Michael Early
Most California employees are at will and can be fired at any time. Many employees are nevertheless bound by agreements that benefit their employer,... more