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Many employees in this country have never seen written evidence of their contract. Thus the scope for imprecision and misunderstanding is great. A contract may be made orally or in writing or in any combination. The more control an employer can give to a solicitor in the early stages of the recruitment process the better; from the wording of any advertisement through to the final offer letter. A variety of factors need to be considered in order to draft an appropriate employment contract to help ensure that an employer can establish to their satisfaction matters such as employee’s duties, flexibility of operations and rights to vary the contract.
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