UK Employment Alert: Flexibility Clauses: Worth the Paper They’re Written On?

By on March 17, 2015

A recent decision by the Employment Appeal Tribunal (Norman & Others v National Audit Office [2014] UKEAT 0276/14/1512) has emphasised the need for employers to ensure that “flexibility clauses” are drafted unambiguously and have contractual effect if they are to be effective.

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