UK Employment Law
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Since 2008, but current role just over a year
Thank you for your reply. The only contract I have in writing is the "Statement of Terms of Employment" from August 2008 when I was a Sales Administrator. It does not lay out any responsibilities, when I did maternity cover, I asked for new contract, and received a letter stating job title and salary, and still no new job description/responsibilities. I wanted to make sure that these, as you say, "changes to my terms of employment" doesn't automatically favour my employer because I have no up to date written terms?
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