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There are certain clauses every employment contract should include. A good employment contract will make it crystal clear (or at least close to it) what exactly the parameters of the job are and what an employer's expectations are. You're trying to eliminate the element of surprise.
You probably already know to include certain things in your contracts, such as the terms of employment, job title and responsibilities. But here are five other terms every employment contract should contain:
Actually there's one more clause you may want to consider adding: A method for resolving disputes relating to employment. For example, this can include the type of dispute resolution (like arbitration or mediation), the venue (a particular state or federal court), or the location in which you want to resolve the dispute.
Of course each business has different needs, so it may be best to consult an experienced employment attorney to make sure your employment contract has you covered.
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.
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