Contracts, policies & procedures
Our employment lawyers can ensure that your employment contracts, policies and procedures are frequently reviewed and applied consistently across your organisation.
Drafted correctly, your policies will help you to manage your business, comply with current legislation and deal with many day-to-day employment matters more easily.
We help clients to draft and implement robust employment policies and procedures including:
- Contractor agreements, IR35 and off-payroll working rules
- Standard terms, staff handbooks, and general policies and procedures
- Consultancy agreements
- Service agreements for Senior Executives
- Post termination restrictions
We also advise on the process to adopt when varying employment contractual terms and on contract and policy issues arising from mergers, acquisitions and disposals, including the application of TUPE.
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Supporting parents at work
In April to June 2021, three in four mothers with dependent children were in work in the UK. This was the highest level reached in the equivalent quarter over 20 years. During the same period, 92.1% of fathers were employed.
- 24 October 2022
Hybrid working: Reimagining the world of work
Most workers today have come from a background where, rightfully so, work was synonymous with place. We have all been used to the idea of going to and coming from a workplace.
- 13 October 2022
The work/life balancing act – time to think more flexibly?
As we come to the end of ‘National Work Life Balance Week’, it is an ideal moment for employers to take stock and reflect on whether they are striking the right balance in their workplaces.
- 12 October 2022
IR35 changes – Deborah Scales writes for Financial Times
Deborah Scales, Associate at Clarkslegal LLP publishes in the Financial Times on what Kwarteng’s IR35 changes mean for businesses and the consequences for contractors.
- 07 October 2022
Back to the future – is industrial relations making a comeback?
The headlines are currently dominated by strikes across a range of sectors. We are seeing post workers, refuge workers, barristers and train workers striking across the country.
- 06 October 2022
How PM’s plans to cut red tape might affect employers
As part of a package of reforms aimed at ‘boosting productivity’ and ‘supercharging growth’, Prime Minister Liz Truss, has announced plans to remove reporting obligations such as gender pay gap reporting and regulations on workers’ rights from all businesses who employ less than 500 employees.
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