Employment Contract Advice
An employer has to give any employee a written statement within 2 months of you starting work. The statement must contain certain terms and conditions.
If you are an employee who is in the process of starting a new job it is always worth checking that your new employment contract properly respects your rights both during your employment and potentially also after your employment has ended. Equally, if your existing employment contract is changing it is wise for any employee to check that the proposed changes are fair.
If you are an employer it is wise to ensure that the employment contracts issued to your employees comply with all legal requirements such as making sure that any restrictive covenants are enforceable and aren’t too restrictive.
At Eric Robinson Solicitors we have the experience and the expertise to look at any proposed employment contract and advise you on whether it’s in your best interests to issue it or to sign it. Contact us today.