Backdating an employment contract start date Livegirlsex
I have been working as an independent contractor for a company part time, but with ever-increasing hours. Is this something where they're backdating your start date by 6 months? But I am still wary of agreeing to anything without an offer in-hand.
Hindsight is always 20/20 and so it goes in the professional world, as well.
I've worked at my current employer for a little more than seven years. At the beginning of 2014, we started a new project that I was and still am involved in.
Fast forward to today, my employer is asking me to sign a non-disclosure agreement.
There are a number of dates which can appear within contracts.
These generally include: The ‘contract date’ is the date often written on the cover or last page of the contract.
For example, the following is from an employment agreement dated January 2004 and refers, presumably, to the date the employee will actually start work: The term of this Agreement shall commence on the first day of the Company’s fiscal year commencing in the year 2004 (the “Effective Date”) and shall terminate on the last day of the Company’s fiscal year ending in the year 2007, subject to prior termination as set forth in Section 7 below (the “Term”).