Wisconsin is an “at-will employment” state. This means that in Wisconsin, an employee can be fired for a good reason, a bad reason, or no reason whatsoever (so long as the motivation is not unlawful, of course). In an employee-employer relationship, contracts can create an exception to the at-will employment doctrine by defining “good cause” for the termination of the employment relationship. Businesses should be sure that if they want to enter into a contractual arrangement with an employee, that the contract is specifically tailored to the position and the business’ workplace, sets forth clear and concise expectations to measure performance, and contains comprehensive, enforceable provisions.
The attorneys at Walcheske & Luzi are a resource for your business who will partner with you to learn more about your business and the position(s) at issue. Based on your priorities, our attorneys will review and modify your employment contracts or create new agreements to ensure that they are benefitting and protecting your business to the fullest extent possible.
At Walcheske & Luzi, we are outcome – not income – driven. We will provide answers, not maybes. We will talk to you, not above you. We will partner with you to ensure that your goals and needs are met in an efficient manner. Simply stated, at Walcheske & Luzi, Your Work is Our Work.