PROTECTING YOUR RIGHTS IN THE WORKPLACE
Employment Contracts Must Meet Legal Standards
There is a world of difference between a piece of paper with signatures on it and an employment contract. At Mowery Youell & Galeano, Ltd., we want to make certain you do not get a piece of paper that proves worthless later, but a binding contract that provides you the necessary rights and is enforceable. Furthermore, we want to ensure that the contract contains in writing all of the provisions agreed to verbally. Before you move forward with a new position, we encourage you to enlist our Columbus employment contract attorneys.
We are experienced in all aspects of employment contracts, including noncompete contracts, nonsolicitation agreements and other provisions.
Review And Negotiation Of Employment Contracts
The first step our lawyers will take will be to review the employment contract to ascertain whether it is carefully and clearly written and to verify that it includes everything you have been led to believe it includes, as well as everything we believe you should be entitled to based on our experience handling so many contracts. With more than 30 years of experience reviewing contracts for doctors, CEOs, CFOs and other professionals, we know what should be included and will immediately recognize if something has been omitted.
If something is missing, we can negotiate on your behalf. The benefits of having our lawyers conduct the employment contract negotiation on your behalf are twofold. Of course, you will benefit from our extensive skill in balancing the needs of employee and employer to create favorable contracts. You will also benefit from having us as your intermediaries. While you will ultimately have to work with the people we are negotiating with, we will not. With us negotiating on your behalf, we can be the bad guys, asking for more money or more benefits. There will be no need for hard feelings between you and your future employer.
Employment Contract Disputes
If an issue arises related to an employment contract, we will move quickly to address it. Whether through negotiation or trial, we can resolve contract-related disputes between employees and employers.