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  • Employment - Third party rights clause
    Third party rights clauseThird party rights potentially enable someone who isn't a party to the employment contract to directly enforce a term of that contract against you, but not against your employee. If you don't want to risk conferring rights on third parties such as an employee's spouse or family members, use our clause to exclude the operation of the legislation.Relevant legislationThe Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 allows a third party, i.e. someone who isn't a party to the employment contract,...
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  • Employment - Casual worker agreement
    Casual worker agreementIf you use casual workers where there's no guarantee you'll offer them work and the worker won't generally be expected to accept any work offered, you can use our casual worker agreement. Whilst our agreement is drafted to confer worker status, and not employee status, an employment tribunal will always look at whether the drafting reflects the true intention of the parties and will consider what happens in practice.Worker statusThe intention in our Casual Worker Agreement is that the...
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  • Employment - Contract drafting checklist
    Contract drafting checklist This checklist may be used as a guide when drafting a contract of employment for a particular employee, adapting a general model agreement, or to assist with gathering information in order to instruct an external advisor to draft a contract.  See also our written statement of employment particulars for the compulsory elements required to comply with the obligation to provide written particulars, i.e. a basic statement of the main terms and conditions of employment.Importance of...
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