Should I get an employment contract review, before I start new work?

by Andrew Lind on 17 August, 16

In short, yes you should!

An employment contract review before you start new work, helps you understand the parameters of your new employment relationship, may even save you money in future with a clearer understanding of employment rights and your mental health and well-being will thank you, should you engage in a dispute resolution process involving work.

Read here to understand the importance of an employment contract review before you sign the dotted line.

We can assist you by offering an online employment contract review at a fixed fee cost. Contact our Business Development Team on (07) 3252 0011 to make an online appointment today.  Our online appointments include extended early morning hours and up until 11.00 am on a Saturday.

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