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Employment Agreement Amendment Basics

Business often involves change. If you run a business, and have an existing employment agreement with an employee, and need to alter it, you can use an Employee Agreement Amendment. Sometimes changes are necessary if the work responsibilities have shifted, or if you'd like to reward an employee with more vacation days. An Employment Agreement Amendment is useful when you want to change only one or two terms in an existing contract.

Use the Employment Agreement Amendment document if:

  • You need to change a current employment agreement and you're employee agrees with the terms.
  • Your employee has requested a change to their employment agreement, and you agree.

With an Employment Agreement Amendment you and the employee can agree upon changes to the original agreement, for instance in relation to salary, length of employment, or benefits. A copy of the original Employment Agreement should be attached to the final, signed Employment Agreement Amendment.

Interested in learning more about essential employment forms? Check out our HR Guide for additional information.

Other names for this document: Employment Contract Amendment, Amendment to Employment Agreement


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