Statement of changes in terms of employment (ET002)

This document will create a written statement confirming the changes made to an employment contract or employment statement. There are certain changes which, by law, must be confirmed in writing and others where it is not required; however, it is considered to be best practice to do so to protect the interests of both the employer and employee. The employee is required to sign this statement, confirming their consent to the change to help protect the employer against a potential lawsuit. Changes to an employee's contract of employment can occur due to a change in the law, but otherwise, changes must be agreed between your employer and the employee. Unless specifically provided for neither party can unilaterally decide to change the contract. This requirement for both the employer's and the employee's consent to changes in the terms of the contract is part of contract law. This principle is not affected by the Terms of Employment (Information) Act 1994 which sets out the procedures for the employer informing the employee of any changes to the statement of the terms of employment.

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