12 May 2022

C-Suite Executive Salary: Get the Compensation You Deserve

While many recruiters have data on the average C-suite executive salary, many executives continue to wonder whether they have the salary they deserve. Whether it includes equity, bonuses, etc, if you have special attributes or exceed objectives, you might benefit from an executive attorney.  Why People Seek Personalized Compensation Packages When it comes to C-suite […]

24 Mar 2022

Executive Relocation Package: Risks, Terms, and Strategies

With an executive relocation package, C-suite employees have an opportunity to protect themselves from certain risks. As the world continues to globalize, the possibility of relocation continues to rise. Executive experience and skillsets develop everywhere, across different industries.  That means employers have to be creative as they search for and acquire talent. In turn, executive-level […]

10 Feb 2022

Executive Employment Agreements: What to Look For Before You Sign

Before you sign that executive employment agreement, do you know what’s in that contract? Whether it’s your first time signing this type of agreement or your dozenth, people don’t always give them much thought.  However, these documents aren’t firm contracts. In many cases, you have an opportunity to negotiate the terms and conditions of your […]

27 Jan 2022

Independent Contractor Misclassification: Employee or Contractor?

Independent contractor misclassification is an unfortunate yet common occurrence in Houston, TX. Often, this misclassification is in a verbal agreement. However, many written agreements misclassify contractors as well.  While this misclassification of contractor vs employee is not necessarily malicious, it is a fairly common practice across many industries. One common example is the construction industry, […]

20 Jan 2022

Non-Compete Agreement: Can Your Employer Dictate Your Actions?

Did your employer ask you to sign a non-compete agreement? In some cases, you might hear it called a covenant not to compete, but it means the same thing. Often, employers ask new hires to sign this contract.  It restricts the actions of the employee after the employment relationship ends. Specifically, it bars them from […]

13 Jan 2022

Employment Law Changes: 8 Topics to Watch in 2022

Employment law changes aren’t all too common on a national level. However, the pandemic and the increasingly remote workforce have companies examining their policies and bylaws. Across the country, this includes aspects of both severance agreements and employee agreements.  Why is this important for Texas workers? As trends take hold, they impact your health, your […]