Employment Contracts and Policies

We have extensive experience in drafting and advising on contracts and staff handbooks.  Both documents are increasingly important and the need for precise drafting is key, especially in complex areas such as restrictive covenants and absence management. 

It is also imperative that these documents are kept up-to-date, considering the frequent changes to UK employment legislation. 

A poorly drafted or out-of-date contract/staff handbook can cause all sorts of problems for employers when workplace issues arise, whereas taking the time to get it right from the outset will invariably prove a great source of assistance in respect of dealing with staff issues when they arise.


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