We teamed up with the top employment law firms in the nation to teach a computer to write the best employee contract you could give to a new employee. Schedule a demo today and we can show you how you can improve your employee contracts!
Why is this the best employee contract?
SixFifty's automated employee contract covers at-will employment,
confidentiality, invention assignment, non-compete, non-solicitation, arbitration, and more. Customized for your business, and compliant with laws in all 50 states.
What else is included?
Designed for new hires and contains provisions for location (in office, remote, or hybrid), position (exempt or nonexempt), compensation, benefits, start date, and more.
At the end of their employment, employees may need to acknowledge several things. This can include severance pay, continued healthcare coverage, confidentiality, arbitration, etc.
Independent Contractor Agreement
Need help but don't want all the obligations of an employee? This Agreement can help you get what you need in a flexible relationship, while protecting yourself.
Companies may need to reveal sensitive information during the hiring process. Our NDA helps the company protect itself during and after that process.
What is an employee contract?
An employee contract governs your relationship with an employee. It should include any provisions you want to enforce. SixFifty's employee contract solution covers at-will employment, confidentiality/non-disclosure, invention assignment agreement, non-solicitation, non-competition, arbitration and more.
Do I really need an employee contract?
In short, yes. Especially if you have employees in multiple states. Did you know that non-competes are banned in California, Oklahoma, North Dakota and soon Washington D.C.? An employee contract helps you protect your business as well as your employees' rights. And remember that those rights vary significantly depending on where your employees live and work.
What happens if I don't use an employee contract?
Not having an employee contract puts your business at risk. What if an employee quits and takes their clients, and your confidential information, to a competitor? Not disclosing non-compete laws to employees in Washington can result in fines exceeding $5,000 plus attorney fees. It's crucial to have an employee contract, and also for that contract to be customized and up-to-date.
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