Every employee is entitled to receive a statement of terms of employment. This may be a simple statement issued by the employer, a short contract signed by both parties, or a more detailed document addressing particular commercial issues. Directors and senior executives usually require more detailed agreements than junior staff. There may be special entry terms and ongoing benefits, and there will certainly be a need to consider the effects of termination of the relationship. • What notice period is appropriate? • Should there be a right to put the employee on garden leave? • What damage could the employee do to the business – so what restrictive covenants should be imposed? Our employment team can advise you on these and the other issues that arise when engaging senior executives, and on the appropriate form of contract. Whatever your business needs, our employment team can advise you on the appropriate form of contract documents, and on good policies and procedures to regulate the relationships with your employees satisfactorily.
Contracts of employment & service agreements
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The firm is “an outstanding firm” with clients noting being “beyond satisfied with the level of focus and client service provided by Hunters.”
“They are a well-established, good, solid private client firm” and “They are technically very good – they know what they are doing. They are really nice to work with. They put the client first.”
Sources note that Hetty “is very widely respected in treasure work.”
Chambers & Partners UK 2019
Hetty is described as “empathetic and a good litigator”
Chambers & Partners UK
The team is highlighted by a barrister as: “high visibility in this field”, adding: “They work diligently and are very responsive and an absolute delight to work for.”
Chambers HNW 2018