A contract of employment is exactly what is suggests… It is a contract that outlines the conditions of a role that you are offering a new employee. This document will outline the salary, job descriptions, holiday entitlement, working week and more…
By creating this document, it ties both you as the employer and the employee to be bound by the expectations drawn up in this contract. Our team of experts here at OptHR are currently offering a FREE review of your contract of employment.
To take advantage of this offer, call us now on 024 7524 0934
There is a great article / link from citizens advice which helps to explain what a contract of employment is. You can see this by following this link
Employment contracts are possibly the single most important document your employee will recieve. Whilst there are many other legal documents that you as an employer will need to consider, the one that the employee will pay the most attention to is your contract of employment. Setting out your agreed salary, job description, holiday entitlement and more, this document plays an important role to your employee in understanding what they are committed to whilst working within your organisation / business.
There are many templates online for a contract of employment. Some companies try and complete their own contracts of which we would advise against.To ensure your business and interests are protected its always worth getting a professional to take a look. Thats why we offer a FREE Employment Contract review. Call us today and we can start reviewing your employment contract.
No, there are no legal requirements to have a contract of employment, but it strongly advised to create one in order to clearly identify what is required from and what is offered to your employee. Taking this action safeguards both you as a business and the employee.
We can assist you with creating and establishing contracts of employment. Our team are able to create bespoke and tailored contracts that outline both the requirements of the business, whilst protecting the rights of your employee. There are many varients to be aware of whilst we create a contract for your business, thats why we have a short consultation with you to gather more information about the role that your are offering / placing into contract. Understanding what that role is, the benefits and the salary to the employee, allow us to create the perfect contract of employment for your business.
A business / employer can make changes to the contract of employment if:
a) there is something in the contract that allows the changes to be made
b) the employee grants permission to the change
c) Employee representation agrees to changes (for example; a trade union)
It is possible for an employee to insist a change of contract to its employees, but it is greatly acknowledged that this should be a last resort for all businesses. This typically opens up negotiations when either party do not agree to changes that are proposed by the business.
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