Employer Contract Laws in Massachusetts
Employer contracts are drafted and enforced for the protection of all parties involved. An employer contract typically outlines the role of an employer and can be unique to each business or company. Like any other contract, there can be complexities and problems that arise after an initial drafting and signing. Because of the importance of an employer contract, there can be no room for misinterpretation. Shapiro Law Group, PC, can help draft, revise, and negotiate an employer contact that meets your precise needs.
SOME OF THE DETAILS CONTAINED IN A COMPREHENSIVE EMPLOYER CONTRACT INCLUDE:
- Ownership of product ideas or design
- Salary and severance packages
- Confidentiality clauses
- Consequences of breach of contract
When you rely on a skilled and experienced employment lawyer from Shapiro Law Group, PC, there will be minimal chance of conflict that may lead to litigation. An employer contract can be a useful tool for recruitment and retention of highly skilled and trained management. It may also outline specific areas of control over the workplace. Negotiating and revising an employer contract may be an on-going process. The success of revisions or negotiations can ensure the uninterrupted day to day operations of a company.
EXPERIENCED EMPLOYER CONTRACTS ATTORNEY
Shapiro Law Group, PC, can be an on-going partner who can meet your employer contract needs. We will evaluate the extract provisions that you deem most important and work to draft a contract that best protects your interests. Our firm will take the time to get to know your business and mission, keeping that mission in mind as we draft a contract. We will work to ensure your rights are protected and clearly defined in accordance with that mission. An employer contract is a basic necessity to ensure structural stability within any company. Let us guide you through the process and work with you to ensure you, your employees, and your business are fully protected. The attorneys at Shapiro Law Group, PC, are ready to help you. Contact us today to set up your free initial consultation. (339) 298-2300.