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What Is an Employment Contract?

An employment contract is a binding, written agreement outlining the terms of an employer-employee relationship. It describes the responsibilities and duties of the position, compensation, and evaluation standards. Most importantly, an employment contract limits when the employee may leave his position and when the employer may terminate the employee.

Employment contracts will usually cover:

When Is an Employment Contract Necessary?

An employment contract is not necessary for every hiring. Most hires are actually conducted through at-will employment agreements, which do not limit the rights of either the employer or employee to terminate the arrangement.

Employment contracts are most often utilized in cases involving:

Should I Consult an Attorney?

Consult an attorney before signing or drafting an employment contract to ensure you know what will be expected under the contract. An employment lawyer can help negotiate terms that will benefit you or re-negotiate a contract if either party wishes to change the employment relationship.

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Last Modified: 07-15-2014 10:28 AM PDT

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