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Anna Cartwright

Employment Contracts Support For Irish Businesses

Not only is it a legislative requirement to issue a statement of an employee’s main terms of employment within two months of starting employment, but an employer should also have employment contracts and handbooks in place in order to ensure they have greater flexibility to adapt to an ever changing marketplace and business landscape.

Contracts can contain policies and procedures to allow employers the flexibility to move sites, amend job descriptions or even to temporarily lay off employees or reduce their hours of work without pay in order to preserve employment during quieter times.

A well-worded contract can also set the foundations of the employment relationship and ensure that an employee is fully aware of what is expected of them in their role and what will be provided in return for their performance. Where ambiguity exists as part of an employment relationship, it leaves the door open for various different interpretations and ultimately gives the control of that employment relationship over to the employee or their Union Representative, where one is involved, due to a general bias in the employees’ favour in the event of an employment claim being taken.

A well-drafted contract of employment and a clear paper-trail throughout employment provides well-documented evidence and very quickly swings the balance back in favour of the employer while enabling them to take back control of their business to be managed in the best interests of all concerned.

We understand that no two businesses are the same and we take the time to help you get the most from your employment documentation with our fully qualified and trained professionals advising on bespoke documentation to suit you and your business. This documentation not only satisfies a legislative requirement but also provides clarity to the employment relationship, and ensures that you have a solid footing if you are looking to rely upon any of its terms.

Employment Law Advice for Employers and Business Owners.

If you have an issue with an employee we can help. We only advise employers where the Workplace Relations Commission (formerly NERA) are obliged to advise both employees and employers equally. Our experts are exclusively available to employers giving specialist advice on how to resolve any issue in the most convenient, speedy and cost-effective way.

Sometimes dealing with a staff problem early can reduce the chance of a more drawn-out grievance and avoid the prospect of an employment litigation claim. Our specialists are fully qualified, experienced and fully aware of all the current legislation, case law, rules and regulations as well as HR best practice.

Fill in your details and email the form back to us. For an immediate response call our support team on 1890 130 023 and they will instantly take the pressure off and let you know exactly what to do.

Employer Advice is a specialist service and you can contact us as often as you need we are here to help employers.

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