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  This is the problem the employee is having:  
I recently left a job because I discovered some unethical practices. My employer refused to pay me what was owed and I filed a complaint with the local labor board. He produced a so called employment agreement and inserted my name and signature into the document. The production of this document caused the labor board to turn down my complaint and refer me to a lawyer claiming that I have a breach of contract. The document produced was not in contract form and was not signed by a representative of the company. Are there basic guidelines that a so called employment agreement have to follow to be considered an agreement? What if any recourse do I have against my employer for inserting my name and signature into this document?  


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