New Hampshire Employment Contract Templates

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The New Hampshire employment contract agreement can be used to assist employers in establishing a working arrangement between them and an individual hired to fulfill a duty. The contract informs the hired party of their role within the company and specifies the responsibilities they must undertake in order to achieve the designated salary and other benefits provided by the employer (commissions, bonuses, health care, travel expenses, etc.). Outlining employment conditions in a binding contract agreement relieves the employer from liability in the event that an employee neglects their responsibilities or breaches a provision of the contract.

LawsTitle XXIII (Labor)

Table of Contents

By Type (4)


Employee Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) – Holds employees accountable should they leak company secrets to other parties while such information is classified as confidential.

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Employee Non-Compete Agreement – Protects an employer’s confidential information from wrongful disclosure and prohibits employees from directly or indirectly engaging in business activity with other parties.

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Independent Contractor Agreement – Details the employment arrangement between a client and a self-employed independent contractor.

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Subcontractor Agreement – Outlines the terms of employment for an individual (a subcontractor) who has been hired by a company (a separate contractor) to perform a duty for which the company is obligated to achieve.

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What is an Employee?

“Employee” Definition – § 281-A:2(VI)

At-Will Employment

At-Will Employment – Allowed with the exception of “Public Policy” and “Implied Contract” understandings.

Income Tax Rate (Individual)

Individual Income Tax Rate – 5% on interest and dividends only (§ 77:1 & § 77:4)

Minimum Wage ($/hr)

Minimum Wage – $7.25 (§ 279:21 – no State minimum, federal law applies)

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