How binding is a part-time contract (no benefits)? My organization has an employee that is doing a job that is being split. His current contract is good through May 2015. Due to some accounting issues, we feel it is important to compartmentalize some of the responsibilities with a new position. His salary will be decreased to compensate for the new employee ($20K to $14K, new position will refceive $6K). Can the organization restructure or void his current contract?
1 Answer from Attorneys
Merely compartmentalizing "some of the responsibilities with a new position"
does not sound like a restructure of your organization and therefore a viable
legal basis for voiding this employee's current contract with your
company (in my opinion).
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