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Employment Contracts: Usually Unnecessary Documents Trying To Be Something They Are Not

Contributor: Devora Lindeman
Posted: 10/31/2012
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Many companies unnecessarily use employment contracts with all their employees. Instead of these documents providing specific legal protections for the company (the very reason to utilize a contract), many documents I see in my practice are often trying to be something they are not and are more of a hassle for the employer in the long run.

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Contributor: Devora Lindeman