Contract Of Employment Law In Doncaster
Contract Of Employment Law – MLS; Would you like help drafting a contract of employment from a team of dedicated employment law experts who will be able to advise you on the needs of your business that is based in Doncaster?
Then look no further than the highly skilled and dedicated experts at Oakwood Solicitors who will be happy to provide you with the information that you need to assist in the smooth running of your business.
If you employ a member of staff then it is important that there is a contract between you and them. The contract must contain certain terms and conditions and includes you and your employees? rights and obligations. Some of these rights and obligations include:
? Being paid for the work that your employee does
? Your right to give reasonable instructions to your employee
? Your employees entitlement to annual leave
In general you and your employee can agree to whatever terms you wish to be in the contract but your employee cannot agree to any terms which give them fewer rights than they would have under law.
If you or your employee does not follow the terms of the contract then this is known as a ?breach of contract?. If you or your employee hasbroken the contract of employment then it may be possible to rectify the matter informally. However if this does not work then it may result in you having to dismiss the employee or the employee making a claim against you at an employment tribunal.
My business has a contract of employment but we would like to ensure that the legislation in the contract is up to date; can the employment law experts at Oakwood Solicitors advise me if my business is based in Doncaster?
If your business is based in Doncaster or anywhere else in the country then the experts at Oakwood Solicitors will be able to advise you on the best way that they can help you ensure the your business is run fairly and legally.
Information published on the ACAS website says that all employees regardless of the number of hours they work are entitled to receive a written statement from your business within two months of starting work. The statement must include a number of different things including:
? The names of your employee and your business
? The amount of pay your employee will receive and how often they will receive it
? Your employee’s holiday entitlement including how many days off they are entitled to and how much holiday pay they will receive if any
? How much notice your employee needs to give if they wish to leave their job
? How much notice your employee is entitled to if they are being dismissed
So if you would like help drafting a contract of employment or creating a staff handbook then contact the employment law experts at Oakwood Solicitors today on 0113 200 9720 whether your business is based in Doncaster or anywhere else in the country.
Solicitors Firms in York city | in Hull city | in Leeds | in Manchester city | in Doncaster town City |in Bradford City | in the UK | wakefield