Employment – Making the Offer and Varying the Contract

10 Nov ’09

From time to time, I’ll be posting information of interest provided by other lawyers and professionals with whom I sometimes work. Today, I’m posting an article by Daniel Lublin of Whitten & Lublin LLP. Dan recently wrote a piece on a case that illustrates the dangers when employees and employers do not share a common understanding of the terms of employment. For employers, one of the lessons of this piece is to ensure that when the offer is made to the employee, the terms of the offer are clear. If there is an employment agreement to be signed, it should be given to the prospective employee before the job is accepted, and the employee should be given time to reflect and seek advice. And of course, if the terms of employment are varied later on, the variation must be done properly.

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