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What to Do When Your Employer Breaches Your Contract

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Contracts are legally binding agreements that should be honored by all parties involved, especially in the workplace. However, there are times when an employer breaches a contract and fails to fulfill the agreed-upon terms. As an employee, it is vital to know your rights and how to navigate the process of addressing a breach of contract. In this blog post, we will guide you through a step-by-step process on what to do when your employer breaches your contract.

What To Do When Your Employer Breaches Contract

Review the Contract

The first step in addressing a breach of contract is to review the contract carefully to ensure you clearly understand the terms. Identify the specific clauses that your employer is violating, and determine the severity of the breach. This will help you to prepare a plan of action on how to approach your employer.

Locate and Document the Breach

The next step is to document the breach thoroughly. Collect any evidence that supports your claim, such as emails, memos, contracts, and other related materials. Ensure that you keep a record of all communication with your employer, including verbal agreements. The goal is to have a comprehensive file that can support you in case your employer denies the breach.

Bring Up The Issue With Your Employer

After documenting the breach, it's time to bring it up with your employer. Schedule a meeting with your employer to discuss the breach calmly and professionally. During the meeting, present your evidence and be transparent about what you expect your employer to do to remedy the situation. It is essential to approach the meeting with a solution-oriented mindset and to remain calm and collected, even when things get heated.

Speak With An Experienced Employment Law Attorney

If your employer fails to remedy the breach, it may be time to speak with an attorney who specializes in business law. They can help you file a lawsuit against your employer, but before doing so, ensure that they have significant experience in handling cases similar to yours. Your attorney will guide you through the legal process, help you weigh the risks and benefits of litigation, and draft a demand letter, which will serve as a formal notice to your employer regarding the breach.

Prepare For Litigation

In the event that legal action is needed, it is essential to prepare thoroughly for litigation. Your attorney will guide you through this process, but you can expect to engage in several meetings, document preparation, and court appearances. Keep in mind that litigation can be a long and expensive process, so be prepared to invest a significant amount of time and resources to ensure that your rights are protected.

Contact Our Attorneys at Vernon Litigation Group

Employment contracts are legally binding agreements that should be honored by all parties involved. However, if your employer breaches your contract, you must know your rights and how to address the situation. By following the steps outlined in this blog post, you can assert your rights, document the breach, and prepare for litigation if necessary.

Remember that seeking legal advice from an experienced attorney can make a significant difference in the outcome of your case. By staying informed and taking action, you can protect yourself and your professional interests in the workplace.

Contact our experienced attorneys at Vernon Litigation Group whenever you need us. (239) 319-4434

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