Making sure the terms of your employment contracts are fair to you and your interests are protected
- If you are starting a new job, have been promoted, have a dispute with your employer, or would just like your employment contract reviewed, it is important to have specialist legal advice.
- We can advise you on every aspect of your employment contract and can seek to negotiate good terms on your behalf.
What is an employment contract?
An employment contract is a legally binding agreement between an employer and an employee, setting out the terms and conditions of their employment. This will typically include details such as pay, hours of work, holiday entitlement, and other benefits.
Whether you are starting a new job, would like your existing employment contract to be reviewed, or would like to renegotiate your terms of employment, we can advise you on all aspects of your employment contract and can seek to negotiate the best possible terms on your behalf.
Ensuring your contract is fair
It is important to try and ensure that your contract is as fair to you as it is to your employer. We can talk you through your contract and advise on specific terms , this could include salary, holiday allowance, any bonus schemes and flexible working. Importantly, we will ensure you are adequately protected should any disputes arise.
We can advise on employment contracts and service agreements and advise whether any restrictive covenants are reasonable and enforceable. You will also want assurance that any verbal agreements you have made with your employer are documented within the contract so that they are legally binding too.
How Moore Barlow can help
If you have a dispute with your employer, we can advise you on your rights and represent you should you wish to take the matter further. And if you think you may have been unfairly discriminated against , whether through the recruitment or promotion process, we can advise you on the merits of your case. We will ensure that your interests are protected, and your employment contracts are robust.
We have offices in offices in in London, Richmond, Southampton, Guildford, Lymington, and Woking and can offer specialist support nationwide on employment law issues. Please contact us for more information.