The Director's Service AgreementPosted in : Templates & Checklists NI on 25 February 2014
Gareth Walls, Partner at A&L Goodbody, outlines practical steps to reduce risk on 'The Director’s Service Agreement'.
Most employers appreciate the value in having clear terms and conditions, with substantial policies in place for employees. However, many have no such equivalent for themselves, or their director level team. Given their seniority, access to business sensitive information and therefore greater responsibility, it is of course imperative to have a comprehensive, relevant and enforceable document or Service Agreement, in place.
Although there is a common law duty of confidentiality, this should always be reinforced by express terms within a contract of
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