Employment Agreements

Implementing comprehensive terms and conditions of employment protects your business during and after the employment relationship.

Well drafted terms and conditions of employment set the expectations of the employment relationship and provide your business with peace of mind knowing you can enforce and rely on your documentation. The employment relationship can be a legal minefield and the consequences of not proactively managing the risks for your business can be time-consuming, costly and stressful.

A comprehensive understanding of the legislative requirements, industry factors and best practice human resources will ensure your contracts and associated employment documentation clearly communicate the terms and conditions of employment.

Depending on your business, this documentation may include a combination of:

  • Employment contracts;
  • Policies and procedures;
  • Award interpretation and compliance;
  • National employment standards compliance;
  • Restraints of trade;
  • Individual flexibility agreements; or
  • Enterprise Agreement(s).

We will work closely with you to understand your current agreements, policies and procedures, workplace culture, and most importantly your business objectives. We utilise our wide breadth of industry knowledge and employment law expertise to draft workable documents that achieve your business outcomes while managing your legal risk.

Working with the HR Legal team to draft your terms and conditions of employment will provide you with the assurance that your business is legally compliant and resilient. Join our mailing list for more information or contact us to review or draft your employment agreements to ensure they are enforceable and achieving your business objectives.

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