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If I did not sign a contract am I still held to it by my employer in Wisconsin?

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  • Pattymd
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    If this could be construed as a valid, enforceable contract, then you should see a local attorney versed in contract law. If it is simply an employee handbook or collection of policies (which very rarely rise to the level of a contract), then the fact that you have not signed (for) it is most likely irrelvant.

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  • cbg
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    That depends on whether or not this is actually a contract, or whether it is company policy. You are not bound by a contract that you have not signed. However, you can and are held to follow company policy whether you sign anything saying so or not.

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  • If I did not sign a contract am I still held to it by my employer in Wisconsin?

    My employer has a hefty contract she wanted everyone to sign and I have been working for her without signing it , but she also keeps changing it and not having us sign the changes (like whenever she feels like changing things). So does that mean I am bound to said contract? I think she doesn't realize I have not signed the contract.

    Thanks-

    Mydion
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