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Standardizing Employee Contracts

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Would you support a law that requires every employer to offer a standardized contract to employees, which would include a provision requiring proof of a legitimate business reason if the employee is separated from employment?

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The solution provides a discussion regarding the legality of employee contracts, if employers would required to have a contract on file for every employee. The provision regarding proof of a legitimate business reason if the employee is separated from employment is also discussed.

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No, I definitely would not support the law, for several reasons. One of the benefits for employers of being an employer in the U.S. is that employers are "at-will" employers, which means that they have the right to fire an employee at any time, for the reasons they feel appropriate. Of course, there are some employers that will use this to their advantage ...

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