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Complex & Executive Service Contracts

Do all your employees have a written contract of employment? If not, their employment is determined by legislative default. If you want to control how your organisation deals with issues such as staff holidays, absence and performance management – and you want commonality of terms between your employees – you have to agree your own contract with your staff.​

What's more, your senior staff and directors will often have access to important and valuable information about your business – so it's important to know that you can control how they deal with that information, both during their tenure and after they leave. We can tailor restricted covenants for senior employees and directors and advise on what's likely to be enforceable.​

Our service includes the preparation of senior employment contracts for key staff; directors' service agreements, which set out the statutory requirements of directors alongside any employed role they undertake; non-executive directors' letters of appointment, spelling out the terms of their engagement with the company and consultancy agreements. ​

We will work with you to understand exactly what your requirements are, what's been agreed, and what each individual is actually doing, so we can provide a bespoke contract tailored to your needs.

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