Contracts of Employment

The key to any good working relationship begins by knowing what is expected of you as an employee. And it is equally important for you to know what to expect from your employer. That is why a contract of employment is so important.

Whether written or verbal, a contract of employment should clearly explain your rights and responsibilities as an employee as well as stating the conditions of your employment, such as working hours, holiday entitlement and pay.

At Farnfields Solicitors, we provide advice on all aspects of contracts of employment. Perhaps you have been asked to sign a contract that you do not understand or maybe you are worried about changes your employer is making to an existing contract?

Whatever the situation, it is important to remember that even if you do not sign a contract, you are still assumed to have accepted the terms by accepting a job offer. So it is important to ensure you understand a contract and are happy with the terms before starting a job.

Whatever concerns you have, our friendly and knowledgeable employment law solicitors are here to help. You can talk to us in complete confidence and with our free first advice and no hidden costs promises you can talk to us before deciding what action to take. So if you would like to find out more about contracts of employment, call us on 01747 825432.

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