An individual walks into a place of business seeking employment. The owner of the business and the job seeker interview each other, and both decide that an employment relationship may be to the beneﬁt of each. They enter into negotiations over compensation and arrive at a mutual agreement on services to be performed and the pay rate.
Assuming that the work to be performed is ethical and legal, is there any reason why these two parties should not be allowed to pursue this employment agreement? You might be surprised to ﬁnd out that federal laws in America limit this freedom.
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