Mark Hemery
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One clause you definitely need in your standard employment contract

Employers have the legal right to give lawful and reasonable directions to their staff.  No question.An employee who wilfully disobeys a lawful and reasonable direction by their employer breaches their contract of employment, pure and simple.Depending upon the circumstances, such a breach by an employee can justify disciplinary action or even termination.An efficient way for employers to direct staff is to embed them in written policies, that are communicated to all staff.  Written procedures…See More
Mar 13
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One clause you definitely need in your standard employment contract

Employers have the legal right to give lawful and reasonable directions to their staff.  No question.An employee who wilfully disobeys a lawful and reasonable direction by their employer breaches their contract of employment, pure and simple.Depending upon the circumstances, such a breach by an employee can justify disciplinary action or even termination.An efficient way for employers to direct staff is to embed them in written policies, that are communicated to all staff.  Written procedures…See More
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Company website/blog
http://hotchkinhanly.com.au
Personal blog
http://employercounsel.blog
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Open networking, Referrals between friends, Very targeted/niche, Invitation only

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One clause you definitely need in your standard employment contract

Posted on March 10, 2017 at 13:30 0 Comments

Employers have the legal right to give lawful and reasonable directions to their staff.  No question.

An employee who wilfully disobeys a lawful and reasonable direction by their employer breaches their contract of employment, pure and simple.

Depending upon the circumstances, such a breach by an employee can justify disciplinary action or even termination.

An efficient way for employers to direct staff is to embed them in written policies, that are communicated to all…

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