Employment Agreements: Non-Competes, Confidentiality, and other Compensation ArrangementsPDF
The Employers Association Conference Center
3020 West Arrowood Road
Charlotte, North Carolina
Seth M. Huffstetler and Douglas M. Jarrell co-presented "Employment Agreements: Non-Competes, Confidentiality, and other Compensation Arrangements" to The Employers Association on Thursday, December 5.
When should an employer consider some type of employment agreement and for whom? This session addressed non-competes, confidentiality, and other compensation arrangements, focusing on the content of these types of agreements and the issues that the provisions are intended to address.
This presentation was designed for business owners, HR professionals, attorneys and others involved in negotiating and implementing employment agreements. Learn common pitfalls for employers to avoid, as well as what provisions the parties tend to propose and why. Attendees also learned about the relatively new 409A rules and when they should be considered.
- What limits exist to developing effective non-compete and confidentiality agreements?
- Practical tips for developing meaningful agreements that will serve their intended purpose
- Concerns with hiring individuals bound by agreements with their former employer
- Advice on how to present agreements and offer “consideration” to potential candidates or current employees
- What is Section 409A and how does it affect employment agreements?
1.0 CLE credit hour was approved by the North Carolina State Bar. 1.0 General HRCI credit has been approved.