Make Sure Your Job Contract Is Fair Before You Sign
As an employee, it is important to protect yourself when entering into an employment agreement. You need to verify your rights and responsibilities according to the contract and ensure that you understand the terms that govern your employment, as well as any post-employment restrictions.
Employment Contracts In Pennsylvania
At Krevsky Bowser, our lawyers have more than 75 years of combined experience in employment law. We have reviewed and negotiated hundreds of employment contracts, providing employees with legal protection and peace of mind.
Employers typically have legal counsel to draft their employment agreements. These documents are often riddled with complex legal terminology that may be confusing to even the most educated individuals. When you work with our law firm, we will help you understand the full extent of your contract and assist with negotiating changes that better protect your best interests.
Learn more about the types of agreements we routinely handle:
- Executive agreements and executive compensation: Representing C-suite executives across industries, we address issues involving:
- Employment duration and separation provisions;
- Scope of employment;
- Salary, equity, and other forms of compensation;
- Severance provisions; and
- Post-employment restrictions.
- Severance and restrictive covenants: Addressing contractual obligations after your employment has been terminated. This may include non-compete, non-solicitation, non-raiding, non-disclosure, and trade secret provisions. These contracts can prohibit you engaging in certain work after your employment ends, so it’s important to have a lawyer look at it before you waive your rights.
- Employment contracts for medical professionals: Representing doctors, dentists and a range of other medical professionals. We address issues involving required work output, job responsibilities, salary, ownership interest, and other benefits.
Contact Our Harrisburg Employee Contracts Lawyer
Having an attorney review your employment contract is not seen as ill-will toward the employer. Most likely your employer had a legal representative draft the contract, so you deserve the same legal protection. Learn more by contacting us at 717-303-3764.