Phoenix, AZ asked in Employment Law for Arizona

Q: I'm currently work from home, a company sent me an offer agreement, I signed all the paperwork

I signed all of the paperwork, sent it back to them, started working, but never got a copy of it with their signature on it. I ended up quitting because it wasn't anything like I thought it would be. Now i'm having problems getting paid for the time I did work. I worked from home, so never punched a time clock, but I do have screen recordings of the times i was logged into their systems. Is the fact I never received a copy of the agreement back from them with their signature going to be an issue if I pursuit this legally? Or would that not matter

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A: If you performed work for the company, then you should be paid for it, regardless of whether you have a copy of your offer letter. You should discuss your situation with an Arizona employment attorney.

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