I have a job offer letter from a company that I am being asked to accept and (electronically) sign.
My concern is that the offer letter refers to certain documents (Employee Confidentiality Agreement, Non-Compete Agreement, and a document with specific details of how bonuses are determined) that were not included. The offer letter seems to say that by accepting it, I am also accepting the Confidentiality and Non-Compete, but I am not sure.
After inquiring whether I can see those other documents, the HR person said I will get them after accepting the offer.
Am I right to be concerned?
For reference, here is the anonymous legal text at the bottom of the offer letter:
I accept the Company's offer of employment contained in this letter, and I agree that the agreement arising from my acceptance of this offer, together with the Employee Confidentiality Agreement, the Non-Compete Agreement, and the policies of the Company, constitute the entire agreement between myself and the Company with respect to my employment by the Company.