Employment Policies, Practices and Contracts
Employment policies, practices and contracts provide protections and assurances for both the employer and employee if prepared correctly. However, often an employee does not have much say over the terms in an employment contract because of one-sided balance of power. Employment contracts are necessary to guarantee that you get the compensation and benefits that you were promised when you accepted the job. These contracts are important to protect your rights throughout employment and after separation. Sometimes an employment policy or practice that applies to everyone can be illegal if it has a negative impact on applicants or employees.
I have many years of experience in dealing with issues that arise from workplace policies and practices, confidentiality agreements, severance agreements, non-compete issues, breach of contract, misclassification and independent contractor agreements. If you have an issue with your employment contract or with a policy or practice, you should contact our office today for a consultation.
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