Employment Contracts

Employment Contracts

An employment contract sets the legal boundaries of an employment relationship. In conjunction with legislation, this agreement sets the terms upon which the employment relationship will be formed, the ongoing obligations parties have to one another and how the employment relationship will cease to exist.

The advisory services of the Richmond law firm of PLLR Lawyers are sought by business owners and employees who are in the process of negotiating an employment contract.

Practical Advice For Business Owners

The firm’s lawyers advise on employment agreements, draft contracts and provide ongoing guidance to business owners in their relationships with staff. Significant contractual issues for employers include:

  • Severance liability
  • Non-compete and non-solicitation restrictive covenants
  • Confidentiality

For employers, a well-drafted contract is one that attracts strong talent and limits business risk. As a business law firm with more than 40 years of history offering legal services, PLLR Lawyers is well-respected by the business community.

Providing Information And Guidance To Employees

Employees solicit the firm’s advice on issues related to the prospective terms of employment, and once the contract is in place and its requirements are in dispute. Inquiries focus on contractual terms, including:

  • Share options
  • Co-ownerships
  • Shareholder agreements
  • Bonus payments
  • Commissions

Employees also seek advice regarding their obligations and restrictions on activities should they choose to leave an employment relationship, pursuant to their contracts.

Advising Employers And Employees: Vancouver Employment Contract Lawyers

The firm’s employment contract lawyers advise Richmond business owners as well as employers and individuals throughout the province and across Canada. To contact the firm, call 604-276-2765. Contact the firm online.

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