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Business Contracts - Employment Contracts

When your people are your most important asset, making sure you get the best from the relationship comes down to the communication of expectations and a structure of employment contracts, policies and procedures that balance risk while maximising your employees' productivity.

The contract of employment between you and the employee is not necessarily one single document. This can comprise of the contents of any offer letter, any verbal promises made by you to the employee that are intended to be part of the employment contract and other written terms and conditions applying to the job, such as those that might be contained under your Staff Handbook.

We work hard to make sure that you are legally compliant with contracts, policies and procedures that are user friendly and reflect your own culture. Our approach will also focus on what your business's objectives are in order to ensure you get the most from your workforce.

Unlike a traditional law firm, we don't charge by the hour and we won't charge for each phone call or email. Instead, all of our fees are fixed and agreed with you upfront. If you would prefer to retain our ongoing support, we will be happy to structure a fixed monthly fee on terms that are flexible to help grow and protect your business.

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