An employment contract forms the foundation of the employment relationship and should contain very specific information to ensure that there are no ambiguities between employer and employee regarding their respective rights, responsibilities, and obligations. In a world of uncertainty, employment contracts can be immensely valuable to employers, as well as employees, as they legally establish and define the working relationship, and outline key obligations, expectations, and entitlements.
But while having an employment contract is important, ensuring that it is legally enforceable and sufficiently mitigates your risk as an employer, is vital. This programme will explore key insights for managing contractual agreements, be it with new or existing personnel.
TOPICS TO BE COVERED
Types of employment relationships and assessing which one is right for you
Common pitfalls and consequences
Issues relating to probation, variations to contractual agreements and aligning terms and conditions of employment with job descriptions
New and Revised Clauses: remuneration and benefit, leave, penalties and remedies, transfer/relocation, fraternisation, force majeure, non-compete, intellectual property, anti-corruption and bribery clauses etc.
Termination of the contract
Case law analysis: Litigation and damages faced by employers
Mr Wendell Seepersad Wendell Seepersad is an IR Advisor, Certified Mediator with the Mediation Board of Trinidad and Tobago, and a specialist in the fields of Industrial Relations, Conflict Management, and Collective Bargaining.
14/04/2023 8:30 am
Event End Date
14/04/2023 12:30 pm
Members: $1,100.00, Non-Members: $1,500.00 (plus vat per person)
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