A contract is a legally enforceable promise between two or more people. To be enforceable, a contract requires each side to agree on the essential terms of the contract and express their agreement to the other side.
A contract can be written or, in some cases, verbal. When one side does not fully perform a duty specified under the contract, they breach the contract.
If you need help deciding whether you have an employment contract, what the contract requires, whether your employer breached the contract, what you can do about it or any other contract issue, call a qualified attorney to discuss it. Call (509) 586-3091 to speak with Kennewick, WA's Adam R. Pechtel today.