To an owner of a small business, there are two important assets: clients and employees. Without one, there may not be the other. Business owners need great employees to help run their companies, and businesses need returning customers to stay in business. While these are businesses’ two most important assets, having the right tools in place to protect a business is equally as important.

Business owners need to make sure they have the following policies in place to protect their assets:

  • Non-competition agreement
  • Confidentiality agreement
  • Anti-piracy provisions
  • Non-solicitation provisions

If these policies are not drafted in the right way for your specific business, they may be invalid and could leave you at risk. Our Austin business contract attorneys have experience in writing and creating these policies for your business’ individual needs, and our human resource planning team knows the best way to implement these policies. It’s one thing to have these agreements and provisions, but they are useless if they are not enforced properly.

We want to help protect your business, which requires preparation of legal and HR documents to help prevent legal disputes in the future. We also can help assist you by evaluating your personnel policies and employee handbooks, in addition to your employment agreements and contracts.

Make sure your business—regardless of size, from a small startup to a mid-sized company—has the right resources to protect itself from potential employment and civil litigation matters. For more information about our human resource planning services in Austin, call the Posey Law Firm toll-free at 888-269-1962 or locally at 512-646-0828 today.

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