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Creating enforceable noncompete agreements

At Neaton and Puklich, we understand that Minneapolis business owners need to protect their companies’ interests. Including noncompete agreements in recruitment and hiring processes is one popular way of doing this. These types of contracts may protect businesses against the possibility of employees switching to competitor companies. In order to be enforceable, however, these agreements must be carefully drafted.

Creating enforceable noncompete agreements

At Neaton and Puklich, we understand that Minneapolis business owners need to protect their companies’ interests. Including noncompete agreements in recruitment and hiring processes is one popular way of doing this. These types of contracts may protect businesses against the possibility of employees switching to competitor companies. In order to be enforceable, however, these agreements must be carefully drafted.

What should be included in a non-compete contract?

Whether you are a business owner looking to protect your interests or a prospective new employee, you should know what to expect when looking at a non-compete agreement. The National Law Review states that employers can benefit from the documents in the following ways: 

What should be included in a non-compete contract?

Whether you are a business owner looking to protect your interests or a prospective new employee, you should know what to expect when looking at a non-compete agreement. The National Law Review states that employers can benefit from the documents in the following ways: 

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.

Woman awarded $180,000 settlement after wrongful termination

Employers in Chaska, Minnesota are required by law to provide reasonable accommodations to their employees who have disabilities. These disabilities can range from minor to major and include physical, medical, psychiatric and other types of disabilities.

Woman awarded $180,000 settlement after wrongful termination

Employers in Chaska, Minnesota are required by law to provide reasonable accommodations to their employees who have disabilities. These disabilities can range from minor to major and include physical, medical, psychiatric and other types of disabilities.

Gay vice principal sues Catholic school after being fired

In Minnesota, if an employee has been discriminated against because of his or her sexual orientation, and can prove it, he or she may be entitled to compensation and may be able to be reinstated if fired and receive back pay. However, there are exceptions to this rule under bona fide occupational qualifications (BFOQ). A BFOQ allows employers to consider certain qualities or attributes in potential employees when deciding who to hire or retain. These considerations could be considered discriminatory in other situations.

Gay vice principal sues Catholic school after being fired

In Minnesota, if an employee has been discriminated against because of his or her sexual orientation, and can prove it, he or she may be entitled to compensation and may be able to be reinstated if fired and receive back pay. However, there are exceptions to this rule under bona fide occupational qualifications (BFOQ). A BFOQ allows employers to consider certain qualities or attributes in potential employees when deciding who to hire or retain. These considerations could be considered discriminatory in other situations.