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Breach of contract claimed in employment dispute

Skilled employees are an asset to Ohio businesses. Companies often depend upon them to provide customer service, provide training to customers and other employees, solve problems and a variety of other important business activities. Truly skilled employees are not found every day, and as such, when they are discovered, their contribution to a company is essential. Many companies recognize this possibility and thus enter into employment contracts with employees. While this may be good business practice, it can also lead to breach of contract concerns if the employee and/or company decide to part ways.

Release of confidential information can lead to contract disputes

Productivity and profits are the driving force behind most Ohio businesses. Retail stores, business enterprises, doctor's offices and even hospitals consistently look for ways to increase in both of these areas. In doing so, the business often looks to sources within its own company and at times will hire outside help to assist in evaluating various aspects within the business. While this outside assistance can prove invaluable at times, it can also become the source of contract disputes.

Employment contract disputes can be costly for all involved

The details and fine print in a contract can be an important factor in determining whether to accept the contract. These same details and fine print can also be an important factor when it comes to litigation surrounding the contract. When it comes to employment contract disputes, these details and fine print are often a vital part of the dispute and can involve a substantial amount of money for the Ohio business.

$480,000 verdict in employment contract disputes claim

In some professions, written employment contracts are the norm. Prior to an Ohio company offering employment, a contract is drawn up and presented to the potential employee. Upon review of the contract, the employee signs the contract if accepting the job. The purpose of this practice is to minimize the potential for employment contract disputes.

Elderly may lose homes if contract disputes are not resolved soon

In Ohio and beyond, a disagreement between parties who have signed a contract together can have a ripple effect that negatively impacts others. An example of this can be found in a current situation in another state where contract disputes have threatened approximately 70 elderly residents of an assisted care facility with eviction. Family members of the residents have come forward to express their dire concerns.

Employment contract disputes can become a business focus

Employment contracts can be written or implied. Regardless of which one the Ohio business chooses to use, it is imperative that the terms of the contract are fulfilled and that each employee is treated in an appropriate manner. If this is not the case, it is possible that employee contract disputes may become a primary focus of the business.

Non-competition agreements and employment contract disputes

Ohio businesses spend a great deal of time and effort generating business and creating goodwill with their customers. Likewise, employees of such businesses are the ones who make this possible. Depending upon the type of business and customer relationships, the business may ask employees to sign a noncompetition agreement. This type of agreement is often at the center of employment contract disputes when the employer/employee relationship comes to an end.

Breach of contract disputes occur frequently in construction work

Contract disputes are common business conflicts resolved in the Ohio courts. Such disputes may involve the smallest businesses to the largest giants of an industry. In such matters, the parties often claim that the other side caused a breach of contract and the incurring of damages. One of the most voluminous sources of contract disputes is the construction industry.

Employment contract disputes can affect all involved

Employees are often the heart and soul of an Ohio-based company. When a customer calls or visits the place of business, the employees are usually the ones that take care of the customer. In addition to taking care of the customer, though, employees are responsible for taking care of the business. When either of these concerns is called into question, company owners or management may begin questioning the value of the employee. This can lead to possible employment contract disputes.

Breach of contract subject of lease dispute

Location is a vital component of almost every Ohio business. In some cases, the business purchases the property; in other cases, the business leases the property. Regardless, for many businesses, this location is essential to its ability to conduct business and make a profit. In the case of a lease, it is possible that a breach of contract on the part of the lessor or the lessee can have a substantial impact upon the business.

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