Tolley's Contracts of Employment
Employment contracts are an extremely contentious area for HR professionals. This book provides all the basic information on how to prepare employee contracts, but goes one step further by providing more detailed information in an easy-to-understand style - practical and non-legalistic. The book outlines the more difficult and legalistic aspects of contracts such as the differences between statute and contract law, termination clauses, pay and benefits and restrictive covenants. A CD-ROM is supplied with the handbook containing a standard statement of main terms which the user can adopt according to their needs.
- Mixed media product | 306 pages
- 01 Nov 2004
- Lexisnexis UK
- London, United Kingdom
Table of contents
1. Introduction; 2. Categories of Worker; 3. Formal Requirements for a Contract of Employment; 4. Duties and obligations; 5. Statement of Terms and Employment; 6. Illegality; 7. Covenants in Restraint of Trade; 8. Termination of the Contract of Employment; 9. Frustration of Contract; 10. Remedies for Breach of Contract; 11. Variation of the Contract of Employment; 12. Miscellaneous; Precedent documentsContract of employmentLetter of appointmentStatement of main terms and conditions of employment