How do you draft a contract of employment that is comprehensive and comprehensible? That covers necessary complexities but is clear? Save time and money by following the tried and tested guidance and clauses in Drafting Employment Contracts. This invaluable book offers you a practical and thorough coverage. Each chapter examines a specific area of interest, offering: * introductory commentary * discussion of relevant case law * practical guidance on when and how to use particular clauses * the text of key clauses and, where appropriate, full contracts within the book and on the accompanying FREE CD-ROM. Full updated, this second edition: * includes new chapters focusing on alternative dispute resolution and redundancy * offers additional contracts for, amongst others, surveillance staff, self-employed contractors, and agency staff * considers new case law such as Cheltenham v. Laird and Keen v. Commerzbank * takes account of legislative changes made by the Employment Act 2002, Equality Act 2010, and Bribery Act 2010 * covers changes to policies and procedures relating to compensation, benefits, grievances, disciplinary cases and harassment.
Publisher: The Law Society