I got a job offer for a regular day shift, Mon-Fri 8-5, with no after hours shifts. However, the job offer letter they sent me has a clause: "must agree to a minimum 1-year commitment to after-hours team"
edit: the actual clause in agreement: "You understand that by signing this offer of employment you are committing to a minimum of one year working on the Enterprise Service Desk Afterhours team... Please Initial below to confirm that you have read and understand this requirement"
When I asked, they told me they were in a rush so they sent me the after-hours offer document, which is otherwise exactly the same as my job, just for after-hours workers. However, the implication is that I should now sign the agreement with the clause agreeing to work after-hours.
I will be scanning and sending the signed printed document back via PDF. Presumably I could white-out the irrelevant section - are there any reasons why this might be bad? What's the right way to deal with this?