Tuition sponsorship agreement and Tuition reimbursement contract in Massachussets

Hi , I had signed a Tuition sponsorship agreement in Massachussets. The company paid my tuition fees for my masters degree. In the agreement, it is stated that I agreed to be an employee for 5 years after graduation.

Now they want me to sign a new tuition reimbursement contract which states that I need to pay the whole money plus 5 % CI.

The reason for the repayment is I decided not to sign the job offer from the company. The new contract also states: I indemnifies and saves harmless the XY company from and against any and all suits, claims, actions, damages and other losses which XY company suffers or incurs as a result of any governement authority assessing the reimbursement of tuition payment hereunder as a benefit to me.

I wanted to get any advice for protecting myself.

0 answers  |  asked Jul 15, 2019 10:44 AM [EST]  |  applies to Massachusetts

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