The Tennesee employment contract legally recognizes the services an employee is providing for an organization or a single member employer. The contract goes in-depth with the person’s job and expected quality and performance. Based on the position, the employee may be paid by hourly or be salaried. The agreement may involve non-disclosures in order to safe keep the employer’s trade secrets. When both parties agree and come to terms, employment can begin.
Employee (Definition) – § 50-6-102
Minimum Wage – $7.25 / hour (federal law, no State minimum wage law)
Independent Contractor Agreement – Specifies the relationship between an independent contractor and client for services rendered in exchange for payment.
Non-Compete Agreement – Prohibits employees from engaging in any competitive acts against the employer following termination.
Non-Disclosure Agreement – Refrains employees from conducting any unlawful acts such as discussing confidential information to third undisclosed parties.
Subcontractor Agreement – An arrangement set up by an independent contractor for services needed in order to complete an assignment.