Employment legislation prevents employers from seeking to contract out of, or waive, statutory employment rights, duties and responsibilities. This is because employers and employees are usually in unequal bargaining positions. It follows that legislation designed to give employees rights would be ineffective if employers could persuade or pressurise employees to agree that such provisions should not apply.
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