It is important that you provide your employee with a Contract of Employment. If you fail to provide your employee with a statement of their terms and conditions then you may face claims at the Employment Tribunal.
A well drafted Contract of Employment can provide certainty as to what terms have been agreed between the parties and can reduce the risk of costly tribunal claims. It can also provide you with an invaluable opportunity to protect your business from unfair competition and breaches of confidentiality and intellectual property rights.
We will review your contracts to ensure that they are legally compliant and up-to-date. If you don’t have contracts in place we can draft bespoke employment contracts for you that are tailored specifically to the requirements of your business.
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