So if I don't sign - what type of lawsuit on wrong termination can be filed? The employment is 'at will' for both parties as is, and it stated in all the hiring documents I signed before. So I can be terminated for no reason actually. Right?
Response 1: Eventhough your employment is at will, if terminated and the employer gives reason for your termination and you believe the reason is wrong, you can file lawsuit against the employer for wrongful termination. Also and more importantly, if the real reason for your termination is because of your race, age (40 and over), national origin, or the like and the employer has 15 or more employees, you can file discrimination complaint against the employer with U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
Also, earlier this week I did sign and scan the 2 pages separately and emailed, but they are asking for a hard copy mail or both pages in one file electronically. What difference does it make? Pretty strange.
Response 2: I do not know what difference a hard copy makes in this electronic age. Scanned copies are generally treated the same way as the original copies. However, if the employer is insisting on a hard copy, then you need to do as requested.
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