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What is considered breach of an employment contract?

Although they are not required, some Minnesota employers choose to have employment agreements. In general, these are legally binding agreements between an employer and an employee regarding the terms of employment. As is the case with all legal contracts, employers and employees must both adhere to the terms of these contracts. Should an employer violate the terms, the employee may have grounds for legal recourse.

What is considered breach of an employment contract?

Although they are not required, some Minnesota employers choose to have employment agreements. In general, these are legally binding agreements between an employer and an employee regarding the terms of employment. As is the case with all legal contracts, employers and employees must both adhere to the terms of these contracts. Should an employer violate the terms, the employee may have grounds for legal recourse.

Former basketball coach sues university for breach of contract

When an employee excels at a job in Chaska, Minnesota, he or she is typically rewarded with recognition, raises and other perks. However, for one employee of a University, doing well at her job could not prevent her from being fired.

Former basketball coach sues university for breach of contract

When an employee excels at a job in Chaska, Minnesota, he or she is typically rewarded with recognition, raises and other perks. However, for one employee of a University, doing well at her job could not prevent her from being fired.

Leave benefits stretch budgets of local Minnesota governments

Many municipal Minnesota employers allow retiring workers to cash out some or all of their unused leave, as part of negotiated benefits agreements. The option is generally offered as a strategy for retaining long-term employees. In times of recession, however, the practice threatens to overstretch the budgets of some city or county governments.

Leave benefits stretch budgets of local Minnesota governments

Many municipal Minnesota employers allow retiring workers to cash out some or all of their unused leave, as part of negotiated benefits agreements. The option is generally offered as a strategy for retaining long-term employees. In times of recession, however, the practice threatens to overstretch the budgets of some city or county governments.