Implied terms in employment contracts

This note examines the ways in which rights and obligations which are not the subject of an express contractual term may be implied into an employment contract. The note also considers the key terms that are usually implied into employment contracts and their practical effects on the employment relationship. It makes suggestions on how they can be dealt with pro-actively by express agreement.

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