If an employee does not accept the proposed change, you can offer an incentive such as a salary increase, a one-time bonus, or an increase in the right to annual leave to reach an agreement. Alternatively, you may need to negotiate by changing your proposal to one that is acceptable to the employee. Even if a member of staff considers, on the basis of a tacit verbal contract, that he was not a consenting employee, if he signed an agreement under the agreement, he is free to staff. In the event of a contractual dispute, the contract indicates how both parties can reach an agreement. This will explain arbitration and how a lawyer is paid. The agreement concluded in the contract is not exclusive, which means that the worker and the employer are free to conclude similar agreements. If you wish to amend a staff member`s employment contract, you must obtain their explicit written consent to the change and, if necessary, take a consultation period. It may not always be clear whether or not the flexibility clause of the Treaty can be trusted and that is why, in practice, even in the case of a flexibility clause, employers will often try to obtain approval of the amendment, when this is strictly not necessary, and it is useful to obtain this specific consent. The next step is to set a deadline for obtaining written approval of the amendment and to warn staff that if no agreement can be reached by the deadline, you will consider terminating current contracts and immediately proposing a new appointment on revised terms.
Specific flexibility clauses are usually allowed in an employment contract and allow employers to adapt to different situations resulting from a change in the worker`s employment contract. Specific flexibility clauses are usually found with regard to a worker`s place of work or working time. To be legally admissible and compliant, employers must ensure that any proposed changes are appropriate under a certain flexibility clause. For example, it would be inappropriate to change a worker`s workplace by being forced to work in another part of the country on a short-term basis. However, the same change may be appropriate if you sufficiently inform the employee and, if so, assist him or her with moving expenses.. . . .