Reviewing And Negotiating Employee Contracts For Employers And Employees
Most Connecticut employees are hired on an “at-will” basis. However, some employees, often high-level executives, must sign one or more employment contracts as a condition of their hiring. For an employment contract to be effective, its terms must be fairly negotiated and clear to both sides.
The best way to ensure that both parties will abide by an employment contract is to work with an experienced employment law attorney. At Mitchell & Sheahan, P.C., we have considerable experience representing both workers and employers in the Stratford area. This familiarity with both sides of the law can give you an advantage whether you are on the employer or employee side.
Proven Legal Assistance At Every Stage Of Contract Creation
We negotiate, draft and review all types of complex employment-related contracts, including:
- Hiring contracts
- Noncompete and nondisclosure agreements
- Severance contacts
One of our skilled attorneys will represent you at each stage of the process. We will act in your best interests and advise you of your options. With our assistance, you will have an employer/employee relationship with clearly defined parameters that both parties can accept. This should help set the tone for a long, productive partnership. For employers who desire standard contracts, we can draft those according to the law and your particular needs. With a sound contract in place, the risk of future litigation between the parties becomes low.
Know What You Are Signing
Before signing a contract, you need to know what rights and obligations are contained within it and if its terms are in your best interests. Contact Mitchell & Sheahan, P.C., to speak with one of our experienced lawyers. Call 203-527-0190 to reach our office in Stratford.