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Powerful Employment Agreements for your growing team.

Have a lawyer draft an Employment Agreement that's perfect for your business and your employees.

$480 (+ tax)

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Bigger team. Smaller risk.

A great Employment Agreement will establish the most important parts of the relationship without constraining either party. Employment law is complex and every deal is different, so getting a lawyer to draft your Agreement is a no brainer.

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Why use an Employment Agreement?

Set the right expectations.

Cut through the confusion and create a legally-binding record of the duties and expectations of the employee and the employer.

Protect your business.

An Employment Agreement allows you to set probationary periods, establish quality standards, and prepare for unpleasant surprises.

Increased flexibility.

Open the door to performance-based compensation, maximize the value of intellectual property, and retain your talent.

What's covered in an Employment Agreement?

Have a kick-off call with your lawyer to discuss your business, your new hire, and design your agreement. After the call, your lawyer will draft and send you a copy of the completed document.

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Your Employment Agreement

1. Built custom

Include the terms you need like intellectual property assignment, commission structures, probation periods, and more.

2. Avoid conflict

Employment Agreements are critical for both parties, and valid Agreements can help you avoid and diffuse potential conflicts.

3. Tailored to your industry

Different industries and jurisdictions have different employment laws. Violating any of these regulations can put your business at risk.

How do Employment Agreements work?

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1. Book a kick-off call

Pick a time to discuss terms of employment with a Good Lawyer.

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2. Design your agreement

Learn exactly what your Employment Agreement needs.

3. Receive your agreement

Receive a digital copy of the agreement, ready to be signed.

Get an Employment Agreement

Strong contracts make a stronger team. Build your business the right way — hire an employment lawyer to draft your agreements.

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