Rome Employment Contracts Attorney

Find the right Employment Contracts attorney in Rome, GA

A Rome, Georgia employment contract is an agreement where the employer and employee each intend to legally bind the other to particular conditions in the work relationship. Georgia contracts are typically negotiable since both employer and employee benefit from an agreement that is tailored to their specific work setting. The employment contract setting a term helps give employees a guarantee of job stability upon meeting the conditions, and it also lets employees have some direct control over the productivity of employees.

Common Terms in Georgia Employment Contracts

The majority of employment contracts in the state of Georgia include the following: salary or wages, job descriptions, length of employment (if any - most are at will), and termination/advancement grounds. Some clauses are less common but still worthy of being noted. First, the contract may contain an arbitration clause which requires that parties forgo going to court over an employment dispute.

Also, termination or severance clauses detail the procedure for ending employment. Courts have held that when an employer violates these in firing an employee, the employee may sue for wrongful termination. Additionally, non-compete clauses and confidentiality clauses make the information or work obtained or completed by contract employees subject to particular rules.

How Can a Rome Lawyer Help?

Lawyers in Rome who specialize in Georgia employment laws can assist you in determining what employment contracts contain. Also, a lawyer will advise you about what you think is fair in the employment contract, and they can negotiate the specifics when you enter or leave employment.

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Life in Rome

Rome is a city in Floyd County, Georgia. It is the largest city in, and county seat of, Floyd County. As of the 2000 United States Census, Rome, Georgia has a population of about 34,000 people.

Rome was inhabited by humans for thousands of years before the arrival of European colonists. Europeans first explored the area in the mid-1500s, when Spanish explorers first charted the Southeastern U.S.

The modern city of Rome, Georgia was founded in 1834. The founders of the new city determined its name by drawing lots from names submitted by the other founders. In 1835, the Georgia legislature incorporated Rome as a city. During the Civil War, Rome's industrial capacity made it strategically important, and both sides fought fiercely to control it.

Modernly, Rome is a thriving small city, owing to its diverse economy. It is supported by the manufacturing, high technology, tourism, and healthcare. Rome is also home to Shorter University, a private liberal arts college which consistently brings in new, young residents with disposable income, further boosting the economy.

If you live in Rome, Georgia, and need a competent, experienced attorney to handle any legal issues you might be facing, you're in luck. There are many Rome, Georgia lawyers to choose from, and you should be able to find one who's right for you.

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