Executive Contracts and Separation in Portland
Executive Employment Agreements
Hiring an executive often involves the preparation of a contract outlining the terms of their employment. Executive agreements can cover many different aspects of a person's working relationship with the company, including:
- The scope of their duties and responsibilities
- Stock options
- Expense reimbursements
- Medical, dental and other types of health insurance
- Profit sharing
- Reasons for termination
- Confidentiality clauses
- Non-compete clauses
If you are hiring an executive, contact a Portland employment lawyer from HKM for assistance with the drafting of an employment agreement. We will ensure the contact adheres to state and federal employment guidelines, and contains all of the appropriate terms and conditions to safeguard your business.
Employment Law Attorney Serving Oregon
If you have been asked to sign an executive contract, our firm will make sure you understand all aspects of the agreement, determine if it is in your best interests, and help protect your rights. It is vital that your agreement contains detailed information regarding your employment to prevent future disputes and disagreements. The company's expectations should be clearly defined, especially in regards to your duties. The grounds for termination and severance are also important issues that need to be fully addressed in an executive contract to protect your future. Other important matters include performance targets in regards to bonuses and commissions. Employment agreements such as an executive contract can be extremely complex. We can help negotiate agreements that can help you achieve your employment objectives. Our attorneys are adept mediators who have been recognized by their peers for their capable legal skills and professional ethics. Before signing any employment agreement, speak to a lawyer at our firm for sound legal advice and guidance.
Contact a Portland employment lawyer for legal assistance with the drafting and reviewing of executive contracts.