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Mutual indemnification? At-will schedule changes?

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#1 - No idea, talk to lawyer.

#2 - If you feel pressure, just tell them it's a big decision and you need to have a lawyer review the contract so you need one week. 

#3 - Doesn't seem abnormal. For your previous 2 jobs with no contract, could they not change your schedule any time? The employer can change anything at any time, the only power you have is the leverage to walk away. If they've really been looking for someone for a year, they are probably not paying enough, and would not want to have to go through the process again which gives you some power.

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