Offer Letters

Basic Terms and Conditions of Employment

  • Compensation (salary vs. hourly; overtime eligibility)
  • Job Duties
  • Hours of Work
  • Benefits
  • Employment “At-Will” vs. Fixed Term
  • Conditions to hire (e.g. immigration compliance)

Do not undermine the “at-will” status

  • Be careful to offer an employment relationship of a given length
  • Avoid language that could be construed to promise permanent employment (e.g. “for cause” termination)

Employment Agreements

Employment agreements are usually reserved for upper management.


Employment agreements should address the following:

  • Term of employment
  • Title and duties
  • Pay and benefits
  • Bonus eligibility (if any)
  • Termination
  • Confidential information/ “Work for Hire”
  • Severance eligibility
  • Restrictive covenants
  • Choice of law


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Angel A. Castro, III, Esq.

300 East 95th Street

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New York, NY




Phone: (347) 762-6334
Fax: (212) 731-0217


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