Our expertise extends to providing expert guidance on employment contracts in employment law. We assist your organisation in drafting comprehensive employment contracts that safeguard both employers and employees.
Why Employment Contracts are essential for businesses?
Employment contracts form the basis of the employer-employee relationship, outlining the terms and conditions of employment. A well-drafted employment contract provides clarity on rights, responsibilities, and expectations, reducing the risk of misunderstandings and potential disputes. It also helps protect both parties’ interests and ensures compliance with labor laws.
Customised Employment Contract Drafting: Our employment lawyers work closely with your HR team to draft employment contracts tailored to your specific needs and requirements.
Legal Review and Negotiation: We provide thorough legal review and negotiation of employment contracts to protect your organisation’s interests and ensure fairness for all parties involved.
Employee Classification and Compliance: We assist in correctly classifying employees as per employment laws, ensuring proper documentation and compliance with legal requirements. Whether you need to draft contracts for permanent employees, fixed-term contracts, or part-time workers, we guide you through the appropriate classification and documentation process.
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Frequently Asked Questions
While written employment contracts are not mandatory for all types of employment in Albania, they are highly recommended. Having written contracts provides clarity and legal protection for both employers and employees. Additionally, certain types of employment, such as fixed-term contracts and part-time contracts, require written agreements.
Employment contracts can be modified after they are signed, but any changes should be agreed upon by both the employer and the employee and should be documented in writing. Our employment lawyers can assist in drafting contract amendments and ensuring compliance with the legal requirements for modifications.
An employment contract should include essential elements such as job title, responsibilities, working hours, compensation, benefits, probationary period (if applicable), termination provisions, and confidentiality clauses.