How do I draft an employment contract?
An employment contract lays the foundation for the employer-employee relationship. Clearly state the position, duties, and responsibilities. Outline salary, benefits, working hours, and any overtime provisions. Address terms of employment, whether permanent, temporary, or contract-based. Include clauses on confidentiality, non-compete, and termination procedures. Highlight leave entitlements, including annual, sick, and other leaves. Ensure compliance with the Fair Work Act and National Employment Standards (NES). Given the complexities of employment laws and potential consequences of oversights, our legal professionals can be invaluable in drafting a comprehensive employment contract.
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