Employment Contracts Must Attract Talent, Not Eviscerate Innovation

The days of individuals committing the bulk of their working years to just one company are long behind us. Employees and laborers currently in their 40s, and the younger generations following them, are far more likely to jump from one employer to the next over the course of their lifetime. On average, these employees will spend two to four years working at each place, and many of these folks end up working for ten or more different companies or organizations.

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Employee Contracts Hacked

It is rare that a week goes by without the news broadcasting that yet another large corporation, or national government (including our own sadly), has been the victim of a data breach. In far too many instances, these savvy but devious hackers manage to obtain the personal data of thousands of employees and clients. In this current information age – where data is greatly demanded, routinely shared, and in many cases, highly valued – companies (and governments) must take a careful approach to the management and safekeeping of its employee's contracts.

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