Drafting Employment Contracts for Line Managers and Supervisors: Imperatives for Reducing Risk and Safeguarding the Organisation
Wednesday 07 December 2022, 08:30am - 12:30pm
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Employment contracts for management-level professionals should encapsulate key clauses that protect the organisation while being able to withstand legal scrutiny and reduce ambiguity. With the continuous evolution of employment relationships and the emergence of new forms of work, it is imperative that business owners, directors, HR and IR professionals and legal officers carefully consider and cater for current and future risks to the organisation.
Participants in this practical programme will take a deep dive in this area and examine key clauses that should be considered or included in every employment contract for senior managers and supervisors. The session will also discuss their intent, and how they protect the organisation as a going concern.
TOPICS TO BE COVERED
Required features of a sound contract
The consequences of a poorly constructed contract
New and revised clauses: termination, morality, fraternisation, force majeure, hardship, non-compete, intellectual property, anti-corruption and bribery clauses etc.
Wendell Seepersad is a qualified Attorney-at-Law, a certified mediator with the Mediation Board of Trinidad and Tobago, and a specialist with over twenty (20) years of experience in the fields of Industrial Relations and Conflict Management.
Location ONLINE Only via Zoom
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