After reading the NOLO.com article, “Contracts 101: Make a Legally Valid Contract (Links to an external site.)” and visiting the Student Career Center where you will review Tips for Professional Success (Links to an external site.) focusing on the information under the Conflict Management section, you will create a contract.
order to develop this contract, you will adopt the role of an employee
at XYZ Manufacturing. The purpose of this contract is to resolve a
conflict between you and one of your co-workers regarding a parking
space. The conflict has become serious and has affected production and
morale in the workplace. Your manager has asked you to settle this
disagreement by creating a contract, which will be signed by you and
your co-worker. Compose an agreement that does the following
- Present a summary of your contract in the form of an email
communication cover letter to your manager for approvalkeeping in mind
appropriate and professional email etiquette. (Please go to the Career
Center and review “Drafting a Cover Letter” for information regarding
the development of a cover letter to be sent via email: https://portal.csuglobal.edu/student/page/view/drafting-a-cover-letter (Links to an external site.).)
In your email, explain to your manager how this contract would benefit
both you and your co-worker. This will represent the first page of your
paper (after your title page).
- Present your contract, which should include the factors of time, tasks, goals, potential clauses, assignments, and restrictions.
- Use and define legal concepts by incorporating the legal terminology from your textbook where appropriate and relevant.
- Use academic or legitimate news sources, such as The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, CNN, MSNBC, etc.
Your paper should be 3-4 pages in length, not including the title or
references pages. Include at least 3 credible sources to support your
findings. The MGT315 Business Law Library Guide (Links to an external site.) can help you with finding quality resources.
Beesley, C. (2016, September 23). Contract lawHow to create a
legally binding contract [Blog post]. U.S. Small Business
Administration. Retrieved from