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Management documents ❭ Contract document templates

An employment contract is an agreement that covers the working relationship of a company and an employee. It allows both parties to clearly understand their obligations and the terms of employment.

To change a contract requires agreement between both parties, or reasonable notice if agreement ultimatey cannot be sought.

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Changes to terms and conditions of employment letter template

This document is used where the Company wishes to change certain terms and conditions of employment with agreement of the employee.


£4.00

Confidentialty agreement form template

This is a standalone confidentiality agreement made between 2 parties prior to discussion of a role / project / consultancy in detail.


£7.00

Conflict of interest declaration form template

A Conflict of Interest refers to a situation where an employee’s personal interest might contradict the interest of the company they work for. This declaration form is useful for employees to declare that they do not have a conflict of interest.


£4.00

Employee details change form template

This document is used where the Employee wishes to update some of their personal details.


£4.00

Secondment agremeent letter template

An employer can use a secondment agreement to loan an employee to another part of the same organisation, another organisation in the group or an external organisation.

When drawing up a secondment agreement, the employer should ensure that it reflects the intentions of the parties, for example with regard to the employment status of the employee and the duration of the arrangement.

The agreement should cover relevant practical arrangements, for example which party is responsible for paying the employee.


£8.00

Working time opt out agreement letter template

By law an employee cannot work more than an average 48 hours a week, unless either they agree to work more hours (known as 'opting out' of the weekly limit). They can do this by signing a written agreement, known as an 'opt-out agreement'.

This agreement should be separate from the employment contract.

The employee does not have to agree to opting out of the legal limit. The employer should not treat the employee any differently if they do not opt out.


£4.00
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Job creation documents

Before you commence the process or recruiting a candidate, there are some housekeeping tasks to complete so that the role is fully understood, the right stakeholders are selected, and the role is appropriately signed off

Code of conduct policies

Every company should have a code of conduct outlining how employees are supposed to interact and behave while at work

Redundancy documents

Ensuring that you manage a redundancy process fairly and effectively is vital to good communication, and avoiding claims from employees

Confidentiality documents

Confidentiality, or not disclosing certain information, is important in a wide range of jobs