Many employers solidify an employment offer by providing a written contract. While an employment contract can be a helpful way to identify each party’s rights and responsibilities, the employment contracts provided by an employer are generally intended to benefit the employer. They are not designed to protect your rights as an employee. Here are four red flags in employment contracts that you should watch out for:
Employment contracts are often used as a tool to impose employers’ rights on an employee unilaterally. Employees have the right to negotiate their contracts to ensure fairness in all provisions. Minnis and Smallets is a California employment law firm that protects workers’ rights. Contact us today to schedule a consultation with an experienced California employment law attorney.
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