The South Carolina employment contract establishes the employment of a new hiree for a business or employer. The wage (hourly/salary) and other benefits will be variant on the type of role. In taking preventative measures to protect the entity, the employer could possibly issue and require non-disclosure agreements. Once terms on both ends are agreed and met, then employment can begin.
Employee (Definition) – § 42-1-130
Minimum Wage –$7.25 / hour (federal law, no State minimum wage law)
Independent Contractor Agreement – Establishes a relationship between a client and contractor for services rendered in exchange for payment.
Non-Compete Agreement – Limits the employee from participating in any competitive acts against the company.
Non-Disclosure Agreement – Ensures no one embezzles any key information that is being discussed or distributed.
Subcontractor Agreement – Used to define the operating terms for a subcontractor who has been hired to complete a minor part of a larger contract.