Employment contracts (also called Employment Agreements, Agreements or various other names), may come in different forms and be created under various circumstances.
Contracts Can Be Written Or Verbal, Formal Or Informal
- Verbal – Employer promises to hire landscaper and pay $100 for the day. Services are performed but Employer declines to pay. Employee can sue Employer for Breach of Verbal Contract
- Written – From offer letter to formal written agreements
What Is Breach Of Contract?
Every employee has a contract. Even at “At –Will” employee has a verbal contract to the affect that he will perform services for a sum of money. If the money or benefits are not tendered, the Employee can sue for breach of contract. Employment contracts may create a variety of rights or obligations on the part of employers and/or employees. When contracts are breached by either employees or employers, the non-breaching party may sue for breach of contract.
If you feel you’ve been taken advantage of due to a broken employment contract, please call us at 954-617-6017 or use the contact form at right to contact Rob Norell for a free consultation regarding your rights.