How contracts can protect your business: a best-practice guide

It can be overwhelming figuring out how to do your work and run a business, and it can often feel like there’s a never-ending to-do list filled with admin tasks and paperwork – including employment contracts. But your business is also your livelihood, and it needs to be protected. A lot of business owners leave their businesses open to risk and ruin as they don’t have the most essential contracts in place, so we’re here to give you a hand.

Our HR and Employment Law experts have put together a few key tips for protecting your business through your employment contracts.

In this guide, we cover:

  • Why you need employment contracts
  • What to include in the written statement of particulars
  • What happens if an employee doesn’t have a written statement of particulars on or before their first day of employment?

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