Employers may enter into employment contracts with some of their employees such as executives and managers. An employee contract should contain the specific terms of your employment. If your employer does not adhere to the specific terms of your employment contract, they may have breached the contract and you may be entitled to compensation for their breach.
Our employment contract attorneys have negotiated and drafted a wide variety of employee contracts, from the employment agreements of executives to severance pay agreements for longstanding employees. It is often well worth the modest cost of an employment contract attorney to review of an employee contract before signing, to avoid unwelcome surprises after an employment relationship has gone sour.
If you believe that your employer has breached your employment agreement, whether written or oral, please call Michael P. Sousa for a free consultation so that we may assist you in enforcing your rights. We know employment contract law and we can help you. Call Michael P. Sousa today at 858-453-6122.