Consider your options if asked to sign an agreement

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Can an employer ask me to sign an overtime agreement?
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Consider your options if asked to sign an agreement

You don't have to sign an agreement. But if you're applying for a job and won't sign, the employer might decide not to hire you.

If you're already in the job, it's against the law for an employer to punish you or fire you if you refuse to sign an agreement.

But some employers don't follow the law. And if you're punished or fired, you will need to find out what you can do to take action against the employer. If this happens to you, get legal advice

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Reviewed: April 4, 2019

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