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If an employer wants you to sign a new employment contract, wouldn't that imply they were re-negotiating your employment?

"I assume from this new employment contract that we're renegotiating my employment. Let's discuss my new salary..."




As most states are At-Will, both the employer and employee can do this whenever they please.


That's orthogonal my point. My point was that when an employer gives you a new employment agreement you should recognized this for what it is - a renegotiation of terms. At that point, you should feel free to negotiate right back.

At-will simply means that they can fire you if you don't sign.




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