Many employers today ask their employees to sign an employment contract. This is an employer and employee agreement that outlines the terms and conditions of employment. While the scope may vary between employers, contracts also detail employee benefits, such as vacation days, medical benefits, FMLA leave, and the ability to compete with your former employer should you leave the company. The conditions of these and many other employment benefits are typically included in today’s standard employee agreement. Even if the contract your employer provides seems fair and even generous, you should consider hiring an employee contract attorney to review the agreement before you sign it.
Before you sign that dotted line, contact me, Jason B. Woodside. As an employee contract attorney, I can ensure that everything is in order and serves to benefit you. Call (866) 316-0555 today for a free case assessment and to understand how I can help you make the right decision.
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