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Contractual Disputes for Employees
If you are an employee involved in a contractual dispute, speak to our friendly and practical employment law solicitors today. Our experienced team will ensure you have the information and guidance you need to steer you through any internal procedures and any ensuing legal process.
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A contract of employment is an agreement between an employer and employee that lays out the rights of the employee, dictating what they are entitled to and what they are not allowed to do and what could see their contracted terminated.
Typically, a written contract of employment sets out rights and obligations, including the right to work in a safe place and to receive minimum notice periods. Some terms are also automatically included, whether written or not, because they are implied by statute or practice over time.
It is vital that when you are given your contract of employment that you read through the terms and conditions carefully as contracts are known to reduce disputes and any ambiguity about an employee’s relationship with an employer.
We possess an in-depth understanding of the complex background to contractual disputes, and regularly help employees with their concerns involving:
- Differing interpretations of a contract
- Changes to contractual terms
- The sale of a business
- Any other situations that jeopardise the terms of a contract
If your employer has attempted to make changes to your contract, or the business you work for has been sold and you suspect that your new employer has not honoured your contractual rights, speak to an experienced contractual disputes solicitor as soon as possible.