Employment Contracts

Employment Contracts for Technology Businesses
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Why do you need a Employment Contracts?

As well as defining the role of an employee, an Employment Contract sets out the areas which, as a business owner, you need covered. Without one of these, your business is exposed to risks that we can help you avoid. Hiring staff is an exciting time for any business and it is important to have a good Employment Contract ready to go. You want a contract that can adapt to any position you are looking to employ and any terms you set.

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What is a Employment Contracts?

An Employment Contract contains not only answers to the more immediate questions like pay, benefits, hours and place of work; but determines future factors like annual leave, termination, notice periods and also restrictive covenants (what an employee may do when they leave). Please be aware you can also read Freelancer Agreements, Internship Agreements and Apprenticeship Agreements.

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Frequently Asked Questions

A: Under the Employment Rights Act 1996, employers must include a list of around 18 particulars. These particulars include start date, job title, employer's address, pay, pension information, benefits, and paid leave.

A: Of course! It is usually quite simple to change an employment contract to suit different needs, normally just a case of changing names, addresses, dates and pay, as well as job titles and responsibilities. However, more consideration should be taken when employing more senior members of staff or executives.

A: Full time, part time, fixed term, temporary, freelancer, contractor, agency and zero hour. 

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This is a “Forever Template”

We will continually update this template with the frequent Microsoft updates such as CSP and other flow down terms, plus we will update the relevant terms to ensure you can claim as many rebates as possible, and get recognised by Microsoft such as CPoR, (Claims Partner of Record) DPoR (Digital Partner of Record), and PAL (Partner Admin Link).

We will also continually update this template as the law changes, for example, GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) and the effects of Brexit on our laws, as we untangle ourselves from the European Union.

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