Many employees (especially in sales) receive a significant portion of their compensation via commissions--paying sales employees, for example, for bringing in customers who make purchases aligns the incentives of the employee with those of the employer. This article examines a quirk in Massachusetts law which makes the language of the agreement between employee and employer detailing the commission especially important, and explains how poorly thought out drafting can lead to shocking liability for your business.
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You’ll be Damned if you Don’t Draft a Commissions Agreement That Protects Your Company from Paying Triple Damages and Attorneys’ Fees.