Verbal assurance not binding – Employment Appeal Tribunal ruling

The Employment Appeal Tribunal has held that an employer who did not increase an employee’s salary did not breach the employee’s contract of employment, despite the employee having been assured by Human Resources that her salary would increase if her performance was satisfactory. Read more….

When recruiting, employers should always be careful about the verbal assurances that are given to prospective employees to reduce the risk of employees later arguing that they relied on such assurances.

If you would like assistance in drafting an employment contract or would like to have your employment contracts reviewed and updated, please contact a member of Rooks Rider Solicitors’ Employment team.

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