The California employment contract links an employer and employee and states the pay, benefits, hours, confidentiality, and any other specificity in regards to the employment with the business. The worker’s sick days and holidays are discussed as well as whether or not the employee will be paid by salary or hourly ($/hr). As long as the company is not in the “broadcast” industry, the hired hand could be subjected to non-compete agreements if the employee and employer choose to part. Management may also restrict the distribution of internal information in regards to the company. Once the employment contract is finalized it becomes legal in California, no notary public or witnesses are needed.
Employee (Definition) – § 3357
Minimum Wage (MW-2019) – $12 for workers at businesses with 26 or more employees.
$11 for workers at small businesses (25 or fewer employees)
Independent Contractor Agreement – Links a paid contractor and its client. This could be for an exchange where someone is paid that is not a direct employee.
Non-Compete Agreement – Denies access for an employee or contractor to work in the same field and/ or with its competitors.
Non-Disclosure Agreement – Forbids a contractor or employee from disclosing any information in regards to the current/ previous employer to any third parties.
Subcontractor Agreement – A written agreement connecting both contractor and subcontractor. The subcontractor will work on smaller projects while the contractor will take control of most of the operation.