- From the perspective of Stack Exchange, it is your responsibility to make sure you have the rights to share your contract
- Even if it is legal to share, that does not guarantee there will be no consequences from doing it
- Even if you shared it, legal questions are generally off-topic here
Basically, even if it is okay, you probably are better off not sharing because we probably won't be able to answer your question here.
Are you okay sharing your contract?
Here is what our Content Policy says:
Copyright. Using copyrighted material does not constitute infringement in all cases. In general, however, users should be careful when using copyrighted content without the permission of those who created it. It is our policy to respond to notices of alleged infringement that comply with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act ("DMCA").
So from our perspective (as SE), it is your responsibility to ensure that you aren't infringing on anyone's rights when you share content here. Whether or not you have that right is a separate question.
Sharing is not without consequence (even if legal)
Just because it is theoretically legal to share your contract doesn't mean that your employer cannot raise a stink, cannot bring you to court anyway, or otherwise make your life miserable. Just because you can share something doesn't mean you should share something.
We do not do legal advice here
It seems like your ultimate purpose is to ask for legal advice from our community. Legal questions are off-topic here and are usually closed very promptly:
Laws vary from state to state, locality to locality, and country to country. Furthermore, the laws change frequently, and sometimes interpretation of the law may be different than the actual case law.
Since we intend this site to be a resource of helpful information, these questions must be explicitly disallowed and closed. Information is only helpful if it's correct, and since it's impossible to verify the accuracy of that information without consulting an attorney, we must close them.