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Can you make your employer sign a document? No. You can talk to them about it and ask them to sign it, but they can refuse, and honestly, it doesn't make a difference if they sign or not. Unfortunately, favoritism isn't necessarily against the law. It can be against the law for employers to discriminate on the basis of race, religion, age, sex, disability, gender, sexual orientation, or pregnancy. For example, an employer could give a male employee a week's paid vacation and deny a female employee the same week off for no other reason then their gender. But it's not unlawful for example, for an employer to allow an employee who is a family friend, or just the boss's favorite employee, to go home earlier than other employees. Yes, they may favor them, but unless they are doing so with discriminatory intent, it's not unlawful.
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