Use this agreement when bringing an advisor on board to formalize variables such as job role and responsibilities, duration of contract and compensation. The agreement also sets forth certain key terms such as confidentiality and intellectual property.
This template is to be used the next time your company needs to set out terms with an individual (i.e. not to be used for agreements involving a personal service company as defined within IR35). It sets out the terms on which a contractor provides services to a client company, and is perfect for freelance software developers, marketing consultants, designers, PR/HR/recruitment consultants.
This is a senior employment agreement template that we at Genie AI have used to hire 20+ employees. The agreement is structured so that all the key commercial terms that would change per employee are kept at the bottom in a table in the schedule, to make it easy to use on an ongoing basis. Since this is a senior employment contract, it contains a significant amount of provisions for restrictive covenants, such as non-solicitation (enticing away of customers, business or employees after the employee has left) and non-compete clauses. There is also provision to make reference to an incentive scheme such as an EMI option scheme, however it is recommended to keep this in a separate agreement, in order to avoid a binding promise and avoid variations to the incentive scheme resulting in variations to the terms of employment. Apart from that this is a fairly simple agreement that is easy to use and repeat for many employees.
This Founder IP Assignment is intended to be used to assign IP rights created by a founder for the company to the company itself. It will often be required to assign IP created by the founder prior to the founder entering into a formal services agreement with the company, which would otherwise continue to subsist in the founder. This Founder IP Assignment is drafted broadly and is not appropriate for more general IP assignments (see IP Assignment Templates).
This Intern Agreement Letter is a binding legal contract, written as a simple letter to be more readable and amenable to an intern. The intern is treated as a contractor, not a full time employee. The letter contains the main provisions to hire an intern, such as salary and payment, holidays, who the manager will be and the work the intern will undertake.
Use this agreement to set out the terms under which software may be accessed by a customer during a trial.
Following a trial, use a SaaS (Software as a Service) agreement to provide for the secure delivery of services to the user's terminal on a pay-per-use basis over a network, from processors hosted remotely by the SaaS provider.
This one way non disclosure agreement template is to be used in the UK for general commercial purposes. It was drafted from a neutral and fair perspective between the interests of the discloser and the recipient. It is also known as a One-way NDA or a One-wayconfidentiality agreement
Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer or device by websites that you visit. This document contains details of individual cookies, what type of cookie they are, their purpose and duration, which are the key details required to include inside a Cookies Policy. Please note that in addition to providing users with comprehensive information about the cookies, consent will need to be obtained from users to place the cookies (subject to limited exemptions around strictly necessary cookies). Website operators will also need to consider the privacy related implications of the subsequent data processing and account for this in the relevant privacy notice.
A letter inviting an employee to attend a KIT day, which may be beneficial for them to attend during their maternity, paternity, or adoption leave.
This is a long-form parental leave policy intended for larger organizations. It reflects the statutory scheme under which employees can take unpaid parental leave.
This is a legal document that records the declarations of interest by directors in a proposed or existing transaction or arrangement with the company, under sections 177 and 182 of the Companies Act 2006, respectively.
A letter from an employee objecting to a TUPE transfer. This is a standard letter that can be used by an employee who wishes to object to their employment being transferred under the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006.
This is a letter confirming an employee's formal verbal warning for misconduct. It should not be used where the intention is to give an informal warning.
The board of directors for a company approved the grant of security to secure the obligations of another group company under either a syndicated or bilateral facility agreement. This approval is documented in the board minutes.
This is an application for an order from the employment tribunal, in accordance with rule 30 of the Employment Tribunals Rules of Procedure 2013.
This document is a standard letter from a legal representative to a migrant, when instructed by an employer to assist with their application to enter the UK as a Skilled Worker. This is part of a series of letters.
This document is a template for a letter from a lawyer to a migrant worker, asking for permission to enter the UK on an Intra-Company Transfer visa.
The following is a summary of an employee's rights under the Access to Medical Reports Act 1988 (which also takes account of the requirements of the retained EU law version of the General Data Protection Regulation ((EU) 2016/679) (UK GDPR)). It is designed to be sent to an employee under cover of a letter requesting their consent under AMRA to the employer applying to the employee's GP or consultant for a medical report. It also notifies the employee, as required under the UK GDPR, why the data is being processed and the legal basis for doing so.
This policy sets out arrangements for employees and agency workers to take time off work to attend certain appointments connected to the adoption of a child or children.
This document provides answers to frequently asked questions about salary sacrifice arrangements made in return for enhanced employer contributions to registered pension schemes.
A life assurance clause is a provision in an employment contract that guarantees life insurance for an employee.
This document provides advice to an employee who is unfamiliar with tribunal procedure about how to conduct a claim in the employment tribunal, the different stages of a tribunal claim, what happens during a hearing, and what steps can be taken after receiving a tribunal decision.
A standard-form trust deed and rules for a private-sector occupational pension scheme providing benefits on a final-salary, career-average, and money purchase basis.
A policy on the availability of and basis on which an employer accepts requests for career breaks.
The following are a number of alternative pension clauses that can be inserted into an employment contract, depending on the type of pension benefit being offered: - Standard documents- Employment contract for a junior employee- Employment contract for a senior employee
This is a legal document appointing an environmental consultant. It can be adapted for different purposes, like a Phase 1 report, or a more complex Phase 2 report or remediation project connected to a development. It has optional wording for suspending the consultant's services instead of terminating the agreement, and optional obligations the environmental consultant may have.
This is a standard letter that an employer would send to an employee who has requested to work beyond their retirement date, outlining the next steps in the process.
A bonus schedule that is attached to an employment contract, for example Standard documents, Employment contract for a senior employee or Director's service agreement (long-form), in which an employee has a contractual entitlement to receive an annual bonus calculated by reference to the company's pre-tax profits.
This is a legal document that grants an employee the option to buy shares in the company based on how long they have worked there and how well they have performed.
The client requests updated employee liability information from the current service provider for the purposes of regulation 11 of the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 (SI 2006/246), which will be forwarded to the replacement service provider.
This is a letter that a lawyer would send to an employee client that contains commentary on a standard document called a "Settlement Agreement: Employment (Long Form)." The letter should be adapted to reflect any specific instructions given by the client.
This is a letter to an opponent in the employment tribunal, warning them that you may apply for costs against them.
This document is for an employee who wishes to notify their employer that they intend to return from maternity leave early.
This is a letter from the tribunal to the unsuccessful party in employment tribunal proceedings, advising them of their options to apply for a reconsideration and/or appeal.
A policy document outlining paternity leave and pay arrangements that consider statutory entitlements, with optional paragraphs for increased paternity pay.
If you are an employee who is thinking about bringing a claim for constructive dismissal, here is some advice from a legal adviser.
This document is the application form and appointment booking for a Skilled Worker permission to enter the UK. It can be used as a basis for a second letter from a legal representative to a migrant, when instructed by an employer to assist an overseas national with an application to enter the UK as a Skilled Worker for work.
This standard document can be used by a legal representative, when instructed by an employer, to help an overseas national apply for a UK Intra-Company Transfer visa. The document includes an application form and instructions for booking an appointment.
A schedule of loss for discrimination and unfair dismissal cases in employment tribunal proceedings.
This policy deals with employees' statutory right to request time off for training under sections 63D to 63K of the Employment Rights Act 1996. It only applies to employers with 250 or more employees.
This is a legal document called "Board Minutes" which approves the annual accounts for a private company. This document is to be used in accordance with section 414 of the Companies Act 2006.
If you are an employee who has been awarded money by an employment tribunal, but your employer has not paid you, you may be able to enforce the award in the civil courts. This document provides advice on how to do this.
This document is a request form for an employee who wishes to continue working past their mandatory retirement age, as set by the DRA. The form may be attached to the retirement policy, and ensures that all legal requirements for making such a request are met.
A list of standard clauses that can be inserted into an employment contract for a junior or senior employee, or a director, each with integrated drafting notes.
This is a short-form anti-corruption and bribery policy, designed to help employers comply with the Bribery Act 2010. For a more detailed policy suitable for a large organisation, see Standard document, Anti-corruption and bribery policy (long-form).
This document is an agreement to establish a forum where employees or employee representatives can discuss workplace issues with their employer. This agreement satisfies the requirements for a negotiated agreement under the Information and Consultation of Employees Regulations 2004. The agreement should be used where at least 2% of the employees have requested a negotiated agreement or the employer has given notice to the workforce that it intends to negotiate an agreement under the ICE Regulations. If neither of those scenarios exist, the Standard document, Information and consultation: Pre-existing agreement should be used.
A policy to outline the commitment of your organisation to the laws, regulations, and other policy mechanisms concerning environmental issues. This includes a mission statement, policy aims, and a breakdown of steps your organisation will take to achieve these aims.
This document is an application for a witness order in the employment tribunal, filed in accordance with rule 32 of the Employment Tribunals Rules of Procedure 2013.
This is a letter to employees' representatives explaining their role in a TUPE transfer. It outlines their duties and responsibilities under the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006.
This document can be used as a template for a letter of support from a previous UK employer organization to UK Visas and Immigration for a sponsored migrant's application for indefinite leave to remain in the UK.
This is an employment tribunal case management order that sets out the different stages of employment tribunal proceedings under the Employment Tribunals Rules of Procedure 2013.
This Employment Contract Questionnaire can be used by a company to tailor standard form employment contracts to their business requirements for each employee. It contains the key terms that should normally be included in an employment contract, such as inclusion of company policies like employee handbook and privacy notices, payment terms, holiday policy, incapacity, termination, gardening leave, grievance and more.
This is a legal document that grants an employee an "exit only" stock option from their company.
A clause that allows an employer to make a payment in lieu of notice (PILON) to terminate an employment contract immediately, without breaching the contract. This could be adapted for insertion in a Standard Employment Contract for a junior employee.
This standard legal document can be used as a first letter from a lawyer to a migrant worker when instructed by an employer to help them apply for permission to enter the UK for work as an Intra-Company Graduate Trainee. This is one of a series of letters.
This document is a standard letter that can be used by an employer's legal representative when applying for permission to stay in the UK as a Skilled Worker. This is one of a series of letters.
The board minutes of the buyer approve an intra-group share purchase agreement and other documents to be entered into in connection with an intra-group reorganisation. These minutes are prepared on the basis that completion is not subject to any conditions and that exchange and completion are simultaneous.
This document can be used as a template for a letter from a lawyer to a migrant worker in the UK who has been instructed by their employer to apply for a change in sponsorship. This is the last letter in a series of letters about changing employers in the UK.
The client of outsourced services requests employee liability information from the current service provider in advance of a tender, in accordance with regulation 11 of the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 (SI 2006/246), for onward distribution to bidders on a re-tendering.
This is an outsourcing agreement for employment provisions relating to employees, to be used when the services are being outsourced for the first time on a long-term basis.
This is a contract between a salaried partner and the full equity partners of a general partnership, in which the salaried partner is treated as an employee. This contract is separate from the main partnership agreement between the equity partners.
This document is an application to the employment tribunal to dismiss a claim that has been withdrawn by the claimant.
This is a letter from an employer to an employee, agreeing to the employee's request to work beyond the retirement date, as specified in the DRA.
Also known as a cloud security policy or cloud governance policy, this cloud computing policy template covers all external cloud services, e.g. cloud-based email, document storage, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), etc. Personal accounts are excluded.
Cloud computing offers a number of advantages including low costs, high performance and quick delivery of services. However, without adequate controls, it also exposes individuals and organisations to online threats such as data loss or theft, unauthorised access to corporate networks, and so on.
You can remain committed to enabling your employees to do their jobs as efficiently as possible through the use of technology. This template is intended to establish a process employees can use cloud services as required without jeopardising your organisation's data and computing resources.
This policy applies to all employees of your organisation, with no exceptions.
This is a list of the information a buyer may want to obtain from a seller when conducting due diligence before an asset purchase, assuming the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 (SI 2006/246) (TUPE) will apply. The "employee liability information" required under TUPE will be provided separately.
The following is advice for an employee who is attending a mediation. Please prepare for the mediation by familiarizing yourself with the venue and procedure. On the day of the mediation, confirm your objectives for settlement with the other party.
This is a policy document outlining an employer's paternity leave and pay arrangements that meet the minimum requirements set out by law.
The board of directors considers a requisition from the company's members in accordance with section 338 of the Companies Act 2006. This is a sample resolution that the board can approve in order to respond to a notice of resolution requisitioned by members of a public company in accordance with section 338 of the Companies Act 2006.
This standard document contains sample wording to be included in, or attached to, an ET3, showing how an employer's response to claims for pregnancy or maternity discrimination under the Equality Act 2010, the Maternity and Parental Leave etc Regulations 1999 (SI 1999/3312), section 47C of the Employment Rights Act 1996 and related unfair dismissal claims, including redundancy and automatic unfair dismissal, might be structured.
This policy sets out the arrangements for shared parental leave and pay in the case of the birth of a child, including company parental leave and pay (optional).
This is a letter that can be used as part of a capability procedure in order to give an employee a final written warning for poor performance.
A letter advising a successful party of employment tribunal proceedings of the unsuccessful party's options to apply for a reconsideration and/or appealing to the EAT, under the ET Rules 2013.
This document is an agreement for an employee to opt out of the average 48-hour work week, as allowed by the Working Time Regulations 1998. This document is in the form of a letter. For more information on working time, see the Practice note: Working Time Regulations: overview.
The company's guidelines for the use of social media by employees and other personnel for company marketing programmes and other business purposes.
This document is called an "Intra-Company Transfer permission to enter (03): biometric appointment" and it is a legal document that can be used by an employer to help a migrant apply for a visa to enter the UK.
This document provides an example of how an employer might respond to race discrimination and unfair dismissal claims in an ET3 form.
This document provides advice to a witness on how to prepare for and what to expect during an employment tribunal hearing.
This document is an agreement to establish a forum where employers can share workplace information and concerns with employees. The agreement meets the requirements for a pre-existing agreement under regulation 8 of the Information and Consultation of Employees Regulations 2004 (SI 2004/3426) (ICE Regulations). This agreement should not be used if at least 2% of the workforce has requested a negotiated agreement or the employer has given notice to the workforce that it intends to negotiate an agreement under the ICE Regulations. If either of those instances occur, the Standard document, Information and consultation: negotiated agreement should be used.
The borrower board minutes approving the signing of a facility agreement are consistent with the requirements of the Standard document, Facility agreement. Optional wording has been included to cater for syndicated finance arrangements.
This document deals with changing a company's name, either by special resolution, written resolution, or board resolution if permitted by the company's articles of association.
This document can be used as a template for a letter from a lawyer to a migrant worker in the UK who has been asked by their new employer to help with an application to change sponsors. This is the last letter in a series of letters about changing employers in the UK.
This document is for a migrant worker in the UK who wants to change their employer. The new employer must fill out this form and make an appointment.
This letter requests details of an employee's work for other employers, which may help the employer ensure that the employee does not work more than 48 hours a week on average (or avoid sanctions if the employee does).
This is an application from a respondent who is represented by a lawyer, asking for more time to submit their response to the employment tribunal, in accordance with Rule 20 of the Employment Tribunals Rules of Procedure 2013.
This is a legal document called "MVL: Minutes of directors' meeting to place a company into members' voluntary liquidation." It is a precedent board minutes for use at a directors' meeting convened to place a solvent company into members' voluntary liquidation (MVL) under section 84(1)(b) of the Insolvency Act 1986.
This is a standard letter that can be used by an employer's legal representative when assisting a sponsored worker with their application to extend their stay in the UK as a Skilled Worker. This is one of a series of letters.
This is a letter confirming an employee's dismissal due to misconduct or poor performance, after they have received previous warnings and gone through a disciplinary or capability hearing.
This is the final letter in a series of letters from a legal representative to a migrant when instructed by their employer to assist them with an application for permission to enter the UK on an Intra-Company Transfer visa.
This document provides guidance to a witness on how to prepare a witness statement and give evidence in an employment tribunal, in accordance with the Employment Tribunals Rules of Procedure 2013.
This document is a template for a letter that an employer's lawyer may send to a migrant employee who is applying for a UK Intra-Company Graduate Trainee visa. The letter confirms the employer's instructions to the lawyer.
This document provides an example of how an employer might respond to claims of sex discrimination, sexual harassment, and unfair dismissal. The response includes wording for direct and indirect sex discrimination, less favorable treatment related to harassment and victimization, and a related unfair dismissal claim.
Board minutes approving putting a written resolution before shareholders to appoint administrators to a private limited company.
This document is an application to withdraw a claim, or part of a claim, from the employment tribunal.
A rule that deals with the payment of stamp duty or stamp duty reserve tax (SDRT) on the transfer of shares following the exercise of share options under an employee share option plan.
This document is a letter from an employer to an employee informing them that their request to work beyond retirement has not been successful and that their employment will terminate due to retirement.
This document is a notice to end an employee's statutory maternity or adoption leave and pay, in cases where the employee is opting into the shared parental leave scheme.
This is a letter from an employer to an employee, inviting them to participate in a commission plan. The terms of the commission plan are set out in the letter. The letter may be used in conjunction with a Standard document, Commission plan, and Standard clause, Commission clauses.
A letter from an employer to an employee proposing a change in the terms of their employment, where the change would affect 20 or more employees. If the employer were to dismiss 20 or more employees and re-engage them on new terms incorporating the proposed change, this would trigger the collective consultation requirements under the Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992.