Movie stars have them. Professional athletes have them. Increasingly, supermarket executives want employment contracts, too, executive recruiters told SN. , while only a few years ago they were the sort of perk only the highest two or three corporate officers might command. Jose Tamez, managing partner, Austin-Michael, a San Antonio-based executive search firm, explained that the contracts function as a sort of two-way safety net for companies and executives. In these contracts, ...

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