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Contract Wording

Discussion in 'Sappers' started by Yogi_Burr, Mar 5, 2008.

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  1. Dear All

    Im after some info Im writing contracts for our staff & I want to include a clause where if we train a person to a certain standard he is obligated to stay with the company for a certain period of time or if he decides to leave then he must reimburse the company for the training that he has received. Like a Clerk of works on completion of training must then complete a period of service before he is allowed to leave. What is the phrase used in these circumstances?
  2. those type of words are not to be used in polite company.
  3. You are probably looking to get them into an indenture type agreement.

    Best thing to do is to write sown what you want to say, then get someone to pick holes in it
  4. If you want them to work and be enforcable it is surely worth your while to get an employment lawyer to draft the outline for you. Always remeber every one will help your ex employee get out of his obligations and no one will help you enforce them without spending big cash, get the document right at the begining then it may be worth the paper it is written on.
  5. yogi see your pm's mate
  6. day one say they are gonna be uber trained..

    day two set up .50 cal..

    day three you'll get your msg heard loud and clear..

    no real help there however wouldn't you wanna stay if your boss had a .50cal next to the photocopier.. you'd have para's flying in with their applications..

    'WEEKLY TARGETS: sell 500 units to companies'
    'REWARD: 1530-1600hrs on the cal'

    man where do i sign!!