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Data Validation form query over T's and C's?

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Hi,

 

when we started with the current employer we signed upto a T's and C's Matrix document detailing all our terms etc.

 

We have recently been sent a data validation form to confirm our information is correct on "their system",

amongst some mistakes in the document ranging from Surname spelt incorrect and Redundancy terms ect,

 

they reference a different T's and C's document that they have tried to create themselves with has most of our original terms missing,

( the reason they say is that they dont use word any more and have moved to excel :).

 

Anyway they have asked us to sign this data validation form with any amendments and return to them.

 

I am happy to make any amendments but i dont want to sign anything untill the resend out a corrected form? so have sent back the form highlighting the mistakes, they have replied stating they cannot make any changes as i haven't signed it :).

 

Im i right in what i am doing? as signing it could mean accepting the T's and C's referenced and being worse off?

 

Thanks

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I would hold till they update their form, it is not for you to update it for them.


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Absolutely. As whatever you sign, you are signing in or signing away for good- don't think you can disagree with something after the event and that they will just change it, because they won't. Disagree before signing and sealing it not afterwards!

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