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Oceanside Non-Compete Agreements / Employment Contracts Lawyers

Employee contracts are an essential element of hiring a new employee. Contracts set out your expectations for your employee’s behavior and clarify important information such as work hours, pay, and benefits. These documents are not only important for conflict resolution, but they also play a significant legal role in your company. Oftentimes, signing an employment contract is a simple matter when hiring a new employee, but complex problems may arise at the time of signing or throughout your employee’s time at your company. These problems not only create stress in the workplace, but they may also threaten your company as a whole.

In the event of difficulty with an employment contract, advice and mediation from an experienced attorney can help the process move as smoothly as possible. This service can assist you as an employer as well as your employees, by preventing or resolving disputes whenever possible. The Oceanside Non-Compete Agreements/Employment Contracts lawyers at Law Offices of Yvonne M. Fraser are prepared to help you protect your company and your employees by working with you on any employment contract or agreement.

Common Contract Disagreements

In most states, including California, employment is considered “at will,” meaning that the employer has the right to fire an employee at any time. Another important element of many employment contracts is a non-compete agreement, which states that the employee will not provide trade secrets to competitors, even after the job. These types of agreements have become particularly common and are agreed upon when both parties sign a contract. Although these employment contracts and agreements are often seemingly straightforward many legal disputes may arise, including:

  • Breach of contract, which calls into question whether an employer terminated an employee with “good cause”
  • Breach of non-compete agreement, which indicates a former employee provided company secrets to a competitor

These types of breaches may put the well-being of your company at risk, as well as take up a significant amount of your time, money, and energy. It is important to understand the appropriate steps to take whenever you are facing a contract dispute.

Contact an Oceanside Non-Compete Agreements/Employment Contracts Lawyer

If you are facing a contract dispute with an employee, an experienced legal professional may be able to assist. The Oceanside lawyers at Law Offices of Yvonne M. Fraser are dedicated to protecting your company and your rights as an employer. We are fully prepared to help mediate any disputes you may face. To discuss the specifics of your case, contact us at (760) 512-1172 today.