Recruitment and Offers of employment - Legal risks and solutions
An offer of employment that is made and accepted in principle, even without agreement on all the terms or without formal documents signed, could legally mean that an employment relationship exist and ‘withdrawal’ of that offer would then constitute a dismissal.
There are ways to ensure that this situation is avoided before recruitment negotiations have been finalised and final approvals obtained. Here’s how.
[Copyright - Judith Griessel]
- 5 pages
- Pointing out the legal risks when recruiting and making offers of employment - even when using recruitment agencies
- Contractual and common law principles that apply
- Solutions for minimising your risk exposure - legal and practical guidance
- Copyright - Judith Griessel. All rights reserved. This licence is valid for one download and use. The document may not in any way be copied, distributed or disseminated.