Contracts and Service Agreements
When you start a new job, you should receive confirmation of certain terms in writing within two months. These are often included in your contract of employment, which will set out your rights and responsibilities during employment. However, a verbal contract of employment can be valid where there is no written contract.
How we can help
We have considerable experience in drafting and negotiating employment contracts and will be able to advise comprehensively on the risks you may be exposed to. We can also assist you in negotiating the terms of your contract in order to put you in the best position possible.
If you are already employed and your employer wishes to change the terms of your contract, you may need advice as to whether this is possible and what your options are if you do not wish to agree. This is a complex area in which we can provide advice and guidance.
We have advised many employees, including senior employees and directors, and would be happy to assist you no matter what your circumstances. Whether you need assistance with settlement agreements, discrimination or whistleblowing, we can help.< Back to Employment Law for Employees
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