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5 Things To Include In A New Hire’s Employment Contract

  • On Behalf Of: Brian O'Toole
  • Published: June 19, 2017

Your small business is expanding, and that means you have to hire a new employee. It’s important that this person is honest and reliable, but it’s also vital that he or she understands what you expect. As the employer, you are responsible for creating an employment contract.

This contract is legally binding, so it’s wise to speak with your attorney about drawing one up with everything that it needs inside. For instance, you’ll want to include the employee’s classification, a definition of the job and other necessary information. Here are at least five things you should include in your contract.

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