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Employment & HR: Changing terms and conditions of employment

Employment & HR: Changing terms and conditions of employment

It’s inevitable that the current business climate will bring new ways of working.  Many employees will work from home, perhaps shorter hours or days, their duties may have changed, and there may also be a change to their benefits and perks.

It is important therefore to review employment contracts to ensure that they are still fit for purpose.

In this webinar, we discuss the process of changing terms and conditions of employment, and the rights of the employer and the employee.

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