Employment Contracts Protect the Promises

by Kate Knable  on Monday, Oct. 15, 2012 12:00 am   3 min read

Cameron Smith, of Rogers recruiter Cameron Smith & Associates, says "the best definition of an employment contract is it protects the promises made during the courtship and offer stages." (Kat Wilson)

The employment contracts of top executives across Arkansas specify performance-dependent bonuses, salaries and other benefits. Such legally binding contracts protect both employer and employee.

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