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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- 28 September 2022
‘The Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill’ and future employment rights
Since the implementation of Brexit, we were wondering whether to expect a diversion from EU employment laws and regulations at some point, but no timetable had previously been announced for reform.
- 27 September 2022
The Metaverse: Employment law implications
How will employment play out in the Metaverse? Will employees be bound by the same rules? Will employers be subject to the same employment laws? How will harassment be dealt with? Is bullying in the Metaverse going to be an issue for employers to deal with?
- 26 September 2022
Recession, Retention and Restructure
Join Helen Beech, Employment Partner at Clarkslegal and Angela Williams, HR Consultant at Forbury People as they consider how you can set up for organisational success as we head into recession – building trust in the employment relationship while staying competitive to attract, retain and restructure the best talent to meet the ever changing market environment.
- 23 September 2022
Mini budget, big reforms
Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng’s ‘mini budget’ was announced today and is anything but ‘mini’ in terms of its potential impact on employment law. He has proposed a number of important and extensive changes affecting all employers and workers.
- 22 September 2022
Supporting staff through the menopause
The menopause is a natural part of ageing which affects most women and also trans and non-binary people who may not identify as women.
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