Breach of Employment Contract by Employer Lawsuit in Florida

employer violating an employment contract

In some employment situations, work responsibilities and remuneration requirements are documented in an employment contract. Employment contracts are commonly used to hire and retain executives and professionals. They may also be used to establish business relationships with temporary employees, contractors, and subcontractors.

Once executed, an employment contract in Florida is legally binding. Both written and oral employment contracts are enforceable under Florida law.

An employer who does not abide by the terms of an employment contract may be sued for breach of contract and compelled by the courts to pay damages to the employee harmed.

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Can I Sue My Employer for Breach of Contract?

Yes, you can, if you are working under an employment contract in Florida and your employer is not living up to its end of the agreement, a qualified employment attorney can protect your rights. An experienced Tallahassee employment law attorney at Cruz Law Firm can review your employment contract and help you understand your legal options.

We can pursue a breach of employment contract lawsuit on your behalf if a fair resolution cannot be reached through negotiation.

Let us put our experience to work for you if your employer is ignoring their contractual obligations to you. At Cruz Law Firm, P.A., we focus on protecting our clients’ rights and pursuing the compensation they deserve when they have been treated unfairly. Talk to a Tallahassee employment lawyer at Cruz Law today about a potential employer breach of contract claim.

Common Reasons for Breach of Employment Contracts

Failure of either party to fulfill one or more terms of employment as set out in an employment contract constitutes a breach of contract.

Such a breach might be the employer’s failure to pay compensation as stated in the contract, denying an employee benefits the contract says they are entitled to, or failure to fulfill any other contract requirements.

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Types and Examples of Breach of Contract

Sometimes, a violation of a contract is referred to as a material breach or minor breach. These and other terms you may hear in a contract dispute include: