An employment agreement is one of the most fundamental and important legal documents your business will regularly need. A well-written agreement will not only define the nature of the relationship between employer and employee, but also protect the best interests of both for the duration of its use. Therefore, when you need to create an employment contract that is thorough, specific, and legally-sound, it’s important to seek an experiencedNew Canaan employment attorney.
At The Brickley Law, Attorney Brickley strives to create thorough and comprehensive agreements that are customized to the exact needs of your business. In nearly 30 years of legal practice experience, she has worked with both major Wall Street firms as well as small local law offices. Today, she uses this wealth of experience to provide your business with reputable and trustworthy counsel, earning her recognition as one of the Top Lawyers in Fairfield County for the year 2015 by Greenwich Magazine.
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Provisions in an Employment Agreement
An employment agreement is a crucial part of your business. While you may think they can limit your freedoms as an employer to control your workers, employment agreements can actually protect your business by defining the roles and expectations you have for each employee.
- Employment agreements define many parts of a job, including:
- Term of employment (if temporary)
- Sick days and other time off
- Production expectations
- Expected hours
- Company rules
Most importantly, an employment agreement can create rules for your employees, protecting your rights to terminate the relationship if they are found in breach of their contract. This can also protect your business from a damaging and costly lawsuit.
Be sure your agreement will stand up to scrutiny; contact The Brickley Law for help if you’re located in New Canaan, Darien, Norwalk, and Wilton.
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