Enforceable Employment Agreements in San Diego
Are you looking for enforceable employment agreements in San Diego which protect your company against employee litigation and competition down the road? The Watkins Firm has served the San Diego business community for decades. In recent years there has been a rapidly rising number of employee related litigation against San Diego employers. What steps can you take from the outset of the employment relationship to eliminate exposure to risk and prevent employees from taking what they learn from you to ultimately compete against you?
Ultimately, enforceable employment agreements in San Diego work hand-in-hand with other crucial documents such as the employee handbook, policies and procedures, non-disclosure and trade secret protections. Most employers understand California courts generally take a limited view of non-compete agreements. However, it is possible to structure a non-disclosure and trade secret agreement with employees which is absolutely enforceable under California law.
Employment contracts should also establish protections against employee abuse of overtime, FMLA, and other common sources of litigation. The Watkins Firm works with our clients to structure contracts which clearly establish the boundaries of employment and every aspect of hiring, evaluation, discipline and ultimately termination. We build protections and help to train senior leaders and managers to ensure consistent application company-wide.
Are you looking for experienced general business counsel who can help to develop enforceable employment agreements in San Diego which reduce risk and prevent litigation? We invite you to review the strong recommendations of our clients and contact the Watkins Firm or call 858-535-1511 for a free consultation. Learn about our extensive services for business owners and San Diego employers and how the Watkins Firm can structure employment relationships for success out of the gate. When was the last time you had your employment contracts, employee handbook and policies and procedures manuals reviewed to ensure compliance with federal, state and local laws?