When you sign a contract you are going into an agreement in good faith and are expected to perform according to the details in it. As such, you assume the employer who you signed with is also signing in good faith and that you are protected. Unfortunately, there are times when an employer may not live up to their end of the agreement.
Sometimes it’s in retaliation for suing the company for a slip and fall accident. Or, they have decided to go in a different direction and want to cut you out without needing to compensate you.
These examples are both illegal and are excuses for a company to try to wiggle out of a contract. It’s important to know what a breach of the contract looks like so in this article, we will go over three examples.