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Formal Employment Contract

A written employment contract between the employer and employee may impinge on the employer’s rights to fire an employee under specific terms and conditions. This form of employment agreement is prevalent among union employees, but a small percentage of IT employees also enter into such agreements.

While developing a major new application over a period of several years, it was necessary for a company to hire an IT specialist skilled in the e-commerce arena. The individual they found was interested in moving to the community and wanted to be hired as an employee within a minimum specified period of 3 years. He had worked previously as a contractor and was very familiar with written contracts. Since he possessed the unique skills the company was looking for and was a good overall candidate, the company agreed to sign a written agreement.


The above book excerpt is from:

You're Fired! Firing Computer Professionals

The IT manager Guide for Terminating "With Cause"

ISBN 0-9744486-4-8

Robert Papaj 

http://www.rampant-books.com/book_2005_1_firing.htm

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