Contracts offer protections when executed properly

On Behalf of | Mar 27, 2019 | Employer Liability Prevention |

We recently discussed some of the things that you need to include when you are coming up with an employment contract. These points can help save your company from litigation if something happens and the other person doesn’t abide by the terms of the contract. It also protects you if there is a valid reason for you to cancel the contract. We know that this might not be easy to think about, so we are here to work on your behalf to determine what options you have to protect your business’ interests.

Your company’s employees count on you to keep things going for them. They don’t want to have to think about losing their source of income because of things happening at the company with a former employee. Unfortunately, this is a very real possibility if you don’t take proactive steps to protect the company.

Not only do you have to think about the way that employment contracts can affect the company, but you also have to think about other contracts. The ones that you sign with vendors, contractors and others can also have an impact on the business. Remember that these should provide clear terms for all parties involved. When they don’t, there is a chance that you might have to spend more time and money than you are comfortable with trying to handle things in court.

We know that you are trying to do what you feel is best. We can work with you to lay out the options and help you determine which ones might be the most beneficial to your business.