Employment contract advice
If you are starting a new job, or moving into a new role, you should be given a new or updated contract of employment.
People often just skim read their contracts, sign them and either stick them in a drawer or even lose them. It is only if things start going wrong at work, or if they want to change jobs, that people often wish they had paid more attention.
If you need further advice, get in touch to see how we can help. We can help answer any questions you may have; or we can help you to negotiate the terms of your contract. This is particularly important for senior managers, directors and other professionals, or anyone whose contract includes post-termination restrictions which could affect their career later on.
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Paying for legal services at a time when things are perhaps going wrong at work, or if you have lost your job, is often a worrying prospect for clients. We offer a range of payment options to give you as much choice as we can.