This topic looks at some of the common clauses that may be used in a contract of employment or must be set out in the written particulars of terms of employment. The list is not exhaustive, but shows some common examples of how an employer might protect its own interests within the employer-employee relationship, particularly in relation to competitors.
This topic does not cover how to create a contract of employment or the legal obligations relating to the employer/employee relationship.
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