This article posted on our partner site provides advice on the top twelve “must haves” for written employment contracts. Among the topics covered are what “consideration” might look like in an employment context, how to meet statutory minimums, the nature of probation periods, how to include the duties of the employee in a contract depending on the nature of the job, and arguably most importantly, how to structure the termination provisions which are the subject of many an employment related lawsuit.


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