Statutory Employment Terms


Employment Rights Act 1996 Section 1 requires all new employees to receive a statutory form outlining their basic terms of employment, prior to their commencement of work; failure to adhere to this requirement is actionable in the Employment Tribunal with compensation for failure to adhere of up to four weeks’ basic pay (currently up to £2,100 in total). Employment Tribunals normally make an award toward the maximum level possible.

We will draft the relevant notice for you, that you should provide.

How long will it take?

We don’t generally do anything for new clients until our process of client retention has concluded – this involves agreeing the scope of what we are doing for the price (our terms are below), setting-up our client record, and producing the bill (payment in advance is required for all new clients).

After that, the production of the terms is a job that we can undertake in about an hour once we can schedule it in our workflow, that can depend on how busy we are at any particular time. We would not usually take-on a job for which we could not engage within about a working week.

Money Matters

Your supplier is unregulated Mounteney Legal Services Limited, that does not charge VAT

We charge £220

There is more about our fees on our website here