Variation of employment contract: letter to employee
Pack of five letters that allow an employer to give formal, effective notice of a change to a term in an employment contract.
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About this document
Circumstances change and your business may need to vary the terms under which your employees work in order to adapt.
Under employment law, any changes to en employee’s terms and conditions must be recorded.
This document includes five letters that address the most frequent changes to an employment contract. Of course they can be amended to suit other, less common variations too, including situations that may not be to the benefit of the employee.
to notify of a change in the work location - for example, the business may have moved premises, or the employee may be required to work at another location for a significant period of time as a result of a change in responsibilities.
to vary work status - for example, you may be asking a part-time employee to work full-time
to increase pay - this may include benefits as well as standard remueration
to change the employee’s role and responsibilities - likely to be small changes as a result of increased experience, new business requirements or a reshuffle of who does what in a team
to increase annual leave
Also included are letters that:
confirm to the employee that the remainder of the employment contract has not been changed
allow the employee to dispute the changes
This document was written by a solicitor for Net Lawman. It complies with current English law.
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