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Employment contracts may seem boilerplate, leading you to think that all employment contracts look the same. But if you're offering an employment contract to a new employee, you'll want to do more than just pull up a free template off the Internet.
Not all employment contracts are equal. While using standard templates may save on legal costs, it also helps to have an attorney to look over your contracts, especially if you drafted them yourself.
Here are three things business owners need to know about employment contracts:
As mentioned above, it may seem easy to pull up a contract from the Internet and use it. But employment contracts are full of legalese and may be too broad or too narrow for your purposes.
Also keep in mind that employment lawsuits are quite common. Having an experienced lawyer draft or look over your employment contracts is one way to help prevent those lawsuits from ever taking shape.
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Meeting with a lawyer can help you understand your options and how to best protect your rights. Visit our attorney directory to find a lawyer near you who can help.