Employment Contract FAQs

You don’t need a contract if you don't care about money. You don’t need an employment contract if you don’t care about employment protection. Employment Contract FAQs:

 

HTW Law Employment Contract FAQs
Three Types of Employment Agreement
Is an Employment Contract Necessary?
 
 

You don’t need an employment contract if you do not care about money. You don’t need an employment agreement if you don’t care about employment protection. Employment contract drafting is substance over form and a lot of legal issues are involved, and drafting enforceable contractual terms in an employment contract is more of an art than a science.

Employment contract drafting is substance over form and a lot of legal issues are involved, and drafting enforceable contractual terms in an employment contract is more of an art than a science. Three Types of Employment Contacts: Permanent Employment Contract, Fixed Term Employment Contract, Independent Contractor Agreement.

Elements of an Employment Contract
 

Employment Contract requires offer, mutual agreement, consideration, acceptance. Any contractual term that attempts to limit employee’s entitlement to Employment Standards Act (ESA) minimum standard is under strict scrutiny. Employment agreement drafting is substance over form and lots of legal issues are involved. It's more of an art than science.

Contract Work Count as Employment?
 

Contract Work does count as employment. The primary distinction between contract employees and permanent workers revolves around differences in the employer-employee relationship. The main differences between contract employees and full-time employees are the degree of the employer’s control over their work.

Forgot to Sign Employment Contract?
 

If you forgot to sign or that your fixed term employment contract expires. There is no statutory obligation to have the Contract of Employment or the written statement of particulars signed. Once the applicant has accepted the job, there is a legally binding contract of employment between the employer and the employee.