Good day! Sir is it legal for a company not to give a copy of employment contract to its regular employees? Currently I'm employed for 4years now, I remember i sign a employment contract before i joined my current employer. I asked for a copy in our HR dept but they refused to give me a copy. They'll provide us a copy after we permanently leave the company. Please help me. Thanks in advance.
1 Answer from Attorneys
If you are no longer connected with the company what is the use of the said contract. Sue them so you can get a copy.
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