Tuesday August 4, 2020

Cover yourself with clauses in a new contract

1st April, 2018

Precedent employment contracts aren’t hard to come by – a simple Google search will present a range of options in seconds. However, employers should proceed cautiously with “off-the-shelf” precedents. As always, when it comes to employment law, the devil is in the detail, and there are certain areas that are worth focusing on.

It is important to have a robust probationary period clause. Once an Irish employee has 52 weeks of...

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