Promises of Continued Employment

Unless you want to create an employment contract that obligates your employee to work for you for a period of time and limits your right to fire the employee for the same period, do not put language in your handbook that promises employees a job as long as they follow your rules. A court might interpret this as a contract of employment, promising that employees will not be fired absent good cause. To avoid this, state in the handbook that your company reserves the right to terminate employees for reasons not stated in the handbook or for no reason at all. Even though you may never have to rely on this language, at least your employees will know where they stand. 23945 Calabasas Rd. Suite 106, Calabasas, CA 91302 818-222-4572
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