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Employment Provisions For Long-Term Outsourcing Agreement

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Genie Team
Genie Team
Sep, 28 2022

When to use this template

This is an outsourcing agreement for employment provisions relating to employees, to be used when the services are being outsourced for the first time on a long-term basis.

Key issues covered in this template

  • Change in information
  • Customer indemnity
  • Data protection
  • Employee information
  • Employee offer
  • Employee termination
  • Employees only
  • No pension scheme
  • TUPE claim
  • Terms of employment
  • N/A

What to watch out for

  • Provisions relating to employees for inclusion in an outsourcing agreement where the services are being outsourced for the first time on a long-term basis

  • The agreement should protect the interests of both the employer and the employees

  • It should clearly define the roles and responsibilities of each party

  • It should set out the terms and conditions of employment, including job descriptions, working hours, salary and benefits

  • It should provide for a smooth transition of employees from the old to the new employer

  • It should address any potential issues that may arise during the course of the outsourcing agreement, such as termination of the agreement or changes to the scope of services

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Genie Team

Genie Team

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The Genie Team consists of lawyers and paralegals. Our aim is to open source the law and provide high quality, regularly reviewed legal documents.

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Additional information

Business categories

Business activities

Relevant sectors

Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing

Mining

Construction

Manufacturing

Transport

Energy

Wholesale

Retail

Finance

Insurance

Real Estate

Legal Services

Consumer, Public & Health Services

Education

Media

Consultancy

Technology

Public Administration

Sport & Entertainment

Other

Relevant company sizes

1 - 3

4 - 19

20 - 49

50 - 249

250 - 999

1000 +

Governing law

England and Wales

Language

English UK

Gender neutral

Yes