How does an employer go about amending existing and signed contracts of employment?

Posted in : First Tuesday Q&A ROI on 6 February 2018
The Employment Law Team at A&L Goodbody
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At this time of year, many employers are taking some time to look at the bigger picture for their businesses and part of this is ensuring that their contracts and policies are fit for purpose, not least in relation to the impending GDPR. The golden rule in making any substantive amendments to employment contracts or terms and conditions of employment is that you will need the consent of the individual employees concerned. Often fully updated contracts will be issued which employees will have to sign. As part of any such process, notice of any proposed changes should be given and it may be necessary to carry out an information and consultation exercise with affected employees. Depending on

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