Texas Employment Contract Lawyer
Employment contracts are critical for businesses that hire skilled labor to perform integral tasks associated with their business. Whether a person is hired as an employee or independent contractor, the employer should seek to accurately describe the position and prohibit certain actions by the employee that may be detrimental to the business operations.
Whether a client is seeking consultation from the employer or employee perspective, it is important to understand each clause in the employment contract as well as attempting to maximize value through the contracting and negotiation process. Some of the common clauses used in Texas employment contracts are listed below:
- Job Description
- Policies and Procedures Manual
- Notice of Resignation
- Confidential Information
- Non Compete Clauses
- Arbitration Clause
Organizations should use an experienced employment lawyer to draft or review employment contracts to maximize benefits and protections for their business. Similarly, employees should hire a competent employment lawyer for contract review prior to entering into an employment agreement. Feel free to use the form below to request a free consultation with a lawyer or call our office during regular business hours.