Robust Employment Contracts
Build and protect a long-lasting team.
It’s essential that your employment contracts are expertly drafted, whether that’s for junior members of the team or managers and executives. Not only are they a legal requirement, but they can also prevent costly issues down the road, complement staff policies and procedures, and define the relationship you want to create between your business and its employees.
Examples of when a employment contract is needed
Protect trade secrets
We make sure that your employment contracts include clauses that prevent them from taking important information about you and your business elsewhere.
The complex nature of director roles means that you may require a director’s service agreement to avoid disagreements while clearly defining their role within the business.
Meet with evolving employment laws
As employee rights evolve and employer obligations increase, you need employment contracts that accurately comply with up-to-date legislation.
How to get started
Who this can affect
Don't take our word for it
We worked with the team at Stephenson Law on various employment matters including drafting our first employment contract template and offer letter, privacy notice for our employees and contractors and a staff handbook. We are so impressed with how personable and professional the team are, and we don’t hesitate in recommending them to our own clients.
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Whether you’re in financial services, technology, professional services, or media, a healthy work environment and culture are vital to attracting and retaining the people that make a business go from strength to strength. We’re here to give emotionally intelligent, commercially sensible advice – so you know that whatever route you choose, you’ll have made an informed decision that considers your people and your business.