Understanding the Company Contract – Webinar

Understanding the Company Contract - Webinar - Centric HR

Our next Bite-Size People Management Programme for Line Managers Webinar takes place on Wednesday 27th September at 10am and focusses on Understanding the Company Contract. The webinar is available for just £24.99 plus VAT.

All businesses have contracts in every aspect of their business – whether for purchasing services for their businesses, supplier agreements or service agreements for their client.    The main purpose of a contract is to formalise new relationships and outline the various legal obligations each party owes to the other.

Employment contacts are no different and set out the detail of the obligations the employer and employee will need to meet through a set of terms and conditions.  These can be perceived as rights and responsibilities and are written down to protect each party.

Our webinar talks you through the legal obligations of what needs to be a contract by law and as outlined by the Governments Good Work Plan. By the end of the webinar, you will understand an overview of the following:

  • Understanding the purpose of the contract
  • What needs to be included in the contract and the Governments Good Work Plan
  • How to vary a contractual term or condition
  • When and how to end an employment contract
  • Assessing the risk
  • How to protect your business
  • Penalties and consequences of not following a contract
  • Case Law examples

 

Our aim is to give you the confidence to become a competent line manager who is aware of the law and the pitfalls associated with managing people.

 

You can book your place/s on this webinar here via Eventbrite or call us on 03333 660 567.

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Sandra Berns

Sandra Berns

Centric HR was founded by Sandra Berns, a confident and versatile Human Resources and Organisational Development Practitioner with 25 years demonstrable experience and a Fellow of the CIPD. Sandra has both Operational and Strategic HR expertise across Public and Private sectors and has assisted senior teams in meeting challenging workforce objectives in many corporate environments.