Contract Of Employment In York
Contract Of Employment – ML Solicitors Claims Advice; Are you an employer seeking expert legal advice with regards to the contract of employment that you offered to new employees at your organisation in York? The highly qualified and experienced legal personality Michael Lewin Solicitors could provide guidance on various types of employment contract as well as advice and assistance in drafting a contract that is fair fully compliant with all current legislation and right for the interests of your business.
The Recruiter published an article on Wednesday 31st of July 2013 reporting that "Palace hits back over zero-hours staff claims".
The article tells us that "Buckingham Palace has hit back at a report in The Guardian today which claims that its 350 part-time summer staff are employed controversial zero-hours contracts".
It explains "Under such contracts workers are employed by a firm but not guaranteed any work. They are asked to accept work as and when it becomes available. The contracts are also often characterised by workers not receiving sick pay or of the benefits."
Are you concerned about the use of a zero-hours contract of employment in use at your company in York following recent criticism in the media? The employment and commercial law specialists at Michael Lewin Solicitors could provide you with the accurate advice that you need as well as work with you to ensure that any contract of employment in use at your organisation is fair and in full compliance with all current employment legislation as well as assist you in drafting future contracts to ensure the best interests of your business are protected.
The above-mentioned article informs us that "A Buckingham Palace spokesperson told Recruiter that The Guardian is selective in its reporting. The spokesperson said that staff are employed on fixed term employment contracts and accepted that these contracts do not include a guaranteed number of hours. However she pointed out that staff rotas drawn up a month in advance and that staff "get the hours they expect". She insisted that the workers whose duties include welcoming the 500000 visitors to the Palace each summer "the same rights as any other employees". These include sick pay holiday entitlement and opportunities to join a pension."
The article goes on to say "The Guardian reports that the workers have to seek permission from the line manager to take up other employment while working at the Palace. The spokesperson said the paper failed to say that policy applies to all employees."
In addition it is said that "The spokesperson pointed out that 98% of the summer staff said they enjoyed their experience working at the Palace. Evidence for this was that many of them returned to work the year after year."
For expert legal advice and assistance with the drafting of a new contract of employment when recruiting for your organisation in York call the intelligent skilled and resourceful legal team at Michael Lewin Solicitors to ensure that any agreement that you make is rightfully your business on: 0113 200 9720.
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