What is allowed in an employment contract (or what is not allowed)?

By Elizabeth S. Loring, Lawyer Referral Service Panelist

There is very little that is not allowed to be included in an employment contract in Ohio.  That is why it is very important to have an attorney look at your employment contract to make sure you’re entering into an agreement that is legal, as beneficial for you as possible, and protects you in the event things do not work out as you hoped.  It’s much easier – and thus typically less expensive – to protect yourself against potential problems before you enter into an employment contract than it is to correct issues after you sign it.

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