Employment contracts may be created orally, in writing, or be partly oral and partly written. This means that verbal offers and representations made during the course of negotiations may be enforceable. Similarly, extraneous documents issued by a company such as workplace policies, Codes of Conduct and job descriptions may also be implied into an employment contract.
Our team of lawyers can assist in offering strategic advice on employment contracts and other documents necessary for the operation of your new company, with the view to ensure the documents address all pertinent issues and best serve the interests of your company.
If you require assistance with preparing your company’s employment contracts, you may wish to contact our office and arrange an appointment to see one of our Business & Online Start-Up Solicitors in our Sydney office. For a complete listing of our offices, please see our "Locations" tab.
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