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Directors Service Agreement

It is vital to define the parameters of responsibility and relationship between the company and its directors. If the relationship turns sour and a director leaves, problems may arise in the workplace.

If you’re keen to protect your business needs without causing harm to your working relationships, having a Director’s Service Agreement in place can help you resolve workplace issues quickly.

What is a Director’s Service Agreement?

Director’s Service Agreement is a comprehensive employment contract that sets out an individual’s rights and obligations as a director and employee of a company. It plays a crucial role in resolving workplace disputes and protecting a business.

At Davenport Solicitors, our employment solicitors for employers have extensive experience in drafting Director’s Service Agreement for various organisations. We will ensure that provisions are in place for a number of eventualities, including factors such as notice periods and restrictive covenants.

To get started with your director’s service agreement, contact us here.

How Davenport Solicitors can help you with your Director’s Service Agreement

Our expert employment lawyers are on hand to:

  • Draft a Director’s Service Agreement
  • Review a Director’s Service Agreement
  • Advice on the terms of a Director’s Service Agreement

Are you employed as a director and looking for advice on your contract? Visit our page relating to Negotiating Employment Contracts here.

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