The employer/employee relationship is complicated, even if it is “at-will”. Every employee—whether executive level or part-time, regular or contractor—subjects the company to potential risks. Employees who learn confidential or sensitive information, for example, can do serious damage after they leave the company. They may share that information with competitors or use it for personal gain. Even employees who are not exposed to sensitive company information may pose unique threats when the time comes to terminate their employment.

Here’s the Solution:

ECRM’s Employment Law Attorney will help you reduce your risks and avoid misunderstandings with well-drafted employment-related contracts. In addition, you will receive guidance for presenting agreements including:

  • Confidentiality Agreements
  • Non-Compete Agreements
  • Last Chance Agreements
  • Settlement/Release and Waiver Agreements (includes presentation of agreement)
  • Severance Agreements (includes drafting, coordinating and facilitating termination)
  • Independent Contractor Agreements (includes analysis of contractor relationship and presentation of agreement)
  • Subcontractor Agreements
  • Executive Employment Agreements