Employment contracts are a fundamental right for every prospective employee. These written agreements clarify and remove any uncertainty between the employer and employee, which is why they often include and are not limited to describe the role and expectations of the employee, termination causes, clarifying internal policies and conduct, compensation package (including salary, bonuses, etc), obligations in non-disclosure, non-competes or non-solicitation, vacation days (or parental leaves and sick days), etc. It is in your benefit to have a lawyer review an employment contract prior to signing in order to help you go over each term to understand it thoroughly and its potential consequences, as well as go over clauses that may extend past your employment dates like non-solicitation and non-competition terms, and develop a negotiation strategy that works for you to improve terms that are problematic.
Buttar Law can help you review your contract with our experience in reviewing countless varied contracts. Ultimately, our goal is to help you enter a contract knowing your full legal rights, or improved employment contract, or knowing enough to reject a problematic one with your best interest at heart.