Can an employer deny you the contract they have with the company where you work?

I work full time hours for a staffing
company for a contracted site that
gives us details on duties. So, the
only thing I have to with the staffing
company is recieve a check. The
have not given a raise in four
years. And according to the
company that pays the staffing
company they are to give annual
increases. I have asked several
times for a copy of the contract that
I work under and just get the run
around and no contract. Any
advise would be appreciated.
Thanks.

Asked on March 18, 2017 under Employment Labor Law, California

Answers:

SJZ, Member, New York Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney

Answered 3 years ago | Contributor

They have no legal obligation whatsoever to show you this contract. You are not a party to it (i.e. you are not one of the persons or business who signed the contract or entered into it); a non-party to a contract has no legal right to see it. Even if you did see it, and even if it did call for a raise for you, you could not enforce that--again, you are not a party to the contract and have no rights under it. The contracted site could, if the contract requires staff raises, force your employer to give the raises if it chose to do so: as a party to the contract, it has the right to enforce the contract's terms.


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