During my recent job searching and application completion i have come across unusual statements that the companies want you to sign your rights away, or comply with, like if you don't pass a drug test the employee must pay the test fee, or if you do not remain employed for at least 90 day's you are charged a fee that will be deducted from you last paycheck for any reason, even layoff due to insufficient work flow.
I have no issue with the above, but why would i waive my rights? I know jobs are hard to come by these days and i have all the skills for this job and then some. I would be an asset to the company. I just would like to know if i should waive my rights.
The one that's got me today is this.. "I hereby waive any right under the Bullard-Plawecki Right to Know Act, 1978 PA 397 or similar Federal or State statue. "
Link below to the PA 397 of 1978, it's only 4 pages and page 1 is mostly definition. Your feedback is appreciated.