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Contract of Employment - with additional benefits AND restrictive covenants

There is no absolute requirement to issue a written contract of employment but there is a legal requirement to issue a written statement of employment particulars on or before day one of employment (often referred to as the s1 statement – see our section on Making a Job Offer)

Issuing a written contract of employment can help you fulfil this minimum requirement (if issued on or before day one) but also enables you to add additional clarity for the employee and additional protection for the company.

This example would be used for what is often referred to as a “permanent” employee – so one that isn’t a casual worker or someone on a fixed-term or an apprenticeship agreement for example.

It has been updated to address the requirements of s1 statement and this version can be considered when ADDITIONAL BENEFITS are to be provided and listed within the contract. This contract also contains examples of restrictive covenants including things like non-competition, non-poaching etc: It is very important that if such restrictions are applied they are relevant to the role to which the contract applies.

This document does need further personalisation and will need checking carefully before issue.

If you have any queries as to whether it is the right document and/or any questions on the contents, ASK YOUR EXPERT

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