Negotiation of An Employee Contract

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Employees often have questions when they are presented with a contract for employment about whether the employer will agree to negotiate any part of that contract. Sometimes, that is possible, sometimes, it’s not. Often an employer, depending on the size and the regular use of that contract, will simply refuse to negotiate and in that case, it’s a take-it-or-leave-it situation. Sometimes, we are able to negotiate certain terms especially in severance contracts which are exit contracts.

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