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Key Employees: Drafting Service Agreements

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ISBN13: 9780752001814
ISBN: 9780752001814
Published: June 1995
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



All the guidance an employment lawyer needs to draft and intepret service agreements is contained in this work. Covering all types of service agreements between an employer and employee, this book not only examines the law surrounding this area, it demonstrates the drafting process step-by-step with the help of sample agreements and checklists. Fully up-to-date with the law as it currently stands, this edition takes account of the Trade Union Reform and Employee Rights Act 1993, recent case law including those involving termination and breach of agreement, and deals succinctly with overseas employment and considers the tax issues. Certain sections of the book have been revised to bring them in line with current trends and developments in the area. These include: statement of terms, performing the duties, variation of agreements, competition during employment, poaching employees, and ending employment.

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Subjects:
Employment Law
Contents:
Part 1 Written agreements: use of written agreements; capacity of parties; variation of agreements; statement of terms - general; statement of terms - special cases.
Part 2 The job: defining the job; performing the duties.
Part 3 Pay and benefits: pay; other payments; fringe benefits.
Part 4 Safeguards for employer: competition during employment; protecting trade secrets; intelletual property; poaching employees; competition after employment.
Part 5 Termination: ending employment; financial consequences.
Part 6 Overseas employment: special considerations; contents of agreements.
Part 7 Precedents and agreements and checklists.