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FAQ

  • Can I request a copy of my employment contract?
    Employee's right to written details about the employment contract. ... An employee who wants a written statement may request one verbally or in writing. It is usually best to request the statement in writing and keep a copy of the letter, so that you can prove you asked for the statement.
  • Can you ask for a copy of your work contract?
    Employee's right to written details about the employment contract. ... An employee who wants a written statement may request one verbally or in writing. It is usually best to request the statement in writing and keep a copy of the letter, so that you can prove you asked for the statement.
  • Can my employer refuse to give me a copy of my contract?
    There is always a contract between an employee and employer. You may not have anything in writing, but a contract will still exist. ... Your employer does have to give you a written statement within two months of you starting work.
  • How do I get a copy of my contract?
    Visit the official MOL (Ministry of Labour) website. ... Then, choose “eNetwasal Services”. ... From the lower right portion of the eNetwasal page, choose the “Contract Information” link. On the next page, if you have a Labour Card, you can choose Yes.
  • Is an offer letter legally binding?
    Contrary to what most people think, a signed offer letter, except in very rare instances, is not a legally binding implied contract. Candidates often think that because they have signed and accepted an offer letter, they have some sort of legal right to the job.
  • Can I request a copy of my personnel file?
    Employer or employer's representative may be present. Copying records: Employer must provide copy free of charge. Current employee must first review record and then submit written request for copies.
  • Can I ask to see my personnel file?
    The short answer is 'yes'. You have a right to make a SAR to your employer, asking to see your personnel files, at any time. Your employer has the right to ask why you want to see your files, but must then provide all your records to you.
  • Is an employee entitled to a copy of their personnel file?
    But there's no federal law that says employers must give their employees access to those records, or any other records in their personnel files. Under federal law, your workers aren't entitled to a copy of their personnel files.
  • Can employee personnel files be kept electronically?
    There are numerous federal and state laws that govern retention of employment records. Employers must ensure that all records are maintained, either in hard copy or electronically, for the minimum period of time required.
  • Do employees have access to their personnel file?
    Most states require employers to allow employees access to their personnel files. Many states have laws giving current and former employees access to their own personnel files. ... And even if your state doesn't require employee access to files, you might want to establish a company policy that allows some access.
  • Can a company refuse to give me a copy of my contract?
    I assume from your question that you also do not have a copy of your employment contract. ... Under Florida employment law, unless it is a public sector employer, the employment records are the property of the employer. You may request a copy of your employment contract and you should do so, in writing.
  • Do employers have to give you a copy of your contract?
    There is always a contract between an employee and employer. You may not have anything in writing, but a contract will still exist. ... Your employer does have to give you a written statement within two months of you starting work. The statement must contain certain terms and conditions.
  • Can a person refuse to provide a copy of a signed document?
    Generally, a person has no obligation to provide a copy of a signed document to someone else merely because the other party has requested a copy. However, I can think of exceptions to this general rule. ... A court order might require that a certain signed document be produced to a court or to a litigant.
  • Are employers required to give copies of write ups?
    If you signed the write-up, you should have received a copy of it. California law also requires employers to provide an employee with a copy of their personnel file. However, they have up to 30 days to do so.
  • Who keeps the original copy of a contract?
    Each party should get an original signed copy of the contract for their files. That means if there are two parties to the contract, two identical contracts must be signed. One original copy of the contract should go to you, and one original copy should go to the other party.
  • Can you request your employment records?
    The exact deadline depends on the kind of record you are requesting. An employer must respond to a request for personnel records relating to your performance no later than 30 days after the date your employer receives your request. Employers have only 21 days, however, to respond to a request for payroll records.
  • Can I request a copy of my employment file?
    Employer or employer's representative may be present. Copying records: Employer must provide copy free of charge. Current employee must first review record and then submit written request for copies.
  • How can I obtain a list of my previous employers?
    Accessing past tax records, W2 or 1099 forms, or paystubs. Submitting a Request for Social Security Earnings Information Form (requires fee) with the Social Security Administration. Contacting previous employers' human resources departments.
  • Can I get my work history from Social Security?
    You can receive a statement of your employment history from Social Security by completing a Request for Social Security Earnings Information form. You'll receive detailed information about your work history including employment dates, employer names and addresses, and earnings.
  • Are employees allowed to see their personnel files?
    Lastly, employees in most states are allowed to view their own personnel files. You should always treat personnel files just like any other private documents within the company. Normally personnel records are kept within a locked file cabinet that only certain people have access to.