Employment Contracts

Employment contracts are not one size fits all.

As seasoned Employment Contract Attorneys, we know that contracts are not one size fits all. Your company may need several different types of contracts to cover all your employees. With employees ranging from hourly non-exempt employees, salaried employees, seasonal employees, and corporate officers, our attorneys can help draft any contract for any employee.

YOUR EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT SHOULD INCLUDE:

  • The amounts of all types of compensation, whether the employee earns an hourly wage, salary, bonuses, incentives, or commissions;

  • The nature of work expected, establishing if the employment is full-time or part-time;

  • The range of time they are expected to work, such as “30 hours a week or less,” or “40-50 hours a week or more”;

  • And the types and/or amounts of work-related expenses you will (or will not) reimburse.

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Protect your company’s confidential information by including confidentiality provisions in the employment agreement and having a separate confidentiality or non-disclosure agreement. We assist you in creating these non-disclosure provisions – or a separate agreement – tailored to any important proprietary information you want to protect, including trade secrets.

As best practice, you may also want to include other provisions in your company’s employment agreement that apply to specific types of employees:

Whether you are just starting a brand new company, run a “mom & pop” business, or already have a large established corporate enterprise, we are here to grow with you and meet your legal needs.

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