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Employment Agreements

Why do I need Employment Agreements in my business?

Employment Agreements provide you with certain outcomes.

It ensures that an employee’s expectations are clear. It ensures that your expectations are clear.

It helps to establish clear boundaries for how the workplace relationship should progress.

It does not matter how big or small your business is; or whether you are wanting to appoint a Chief Executive Officer or a Customer Services Officer, we can help give you certainty in your workplace relationships.

Types of Employment Agreements

We offer our clients three varieties of Employment Agreement:

  1. The standard employment agreement
  2. The tailored employment agreement
  3. Tailored executive agreements

The table below sets out some of the main differences between the standard and tailored agreements.

Employment AgreementsStandardTailored
Useful for staff with similar roles
Useful for higher level staff
Termination clause
Tailored Dispute Resolution clause
Non-compete clause
Non solicitation clause
Restraint of Trade clause

Our costs for each Employment Agreement are fixed, so that you also know how much it is going to cost you.

Need something more?

At Lewis Holdway Lawyers, we also provide a range of workplace policies to assist you in managing your workplace.

Do you want to introduce an Enterprise Bargaining Agreement into your workplace? We can assist you through the process. Call Adam Foster on (03) 9629 9629 to arrange a meeting.

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