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Employment Contract

BETWEEN

________ of:

________

(hereafter "the Employer")

and

________ of:

________

(hereafter "you")

1 - Your Appointment

a) You will be employed by the Employer in accordance with the terms and conditions set out in this contract.

b) Your employment with the Employer under this contract will commence on ________ ("the Commencement Date").

c) Any previous periods of employment with any previous employers will not count as part of your period of continuous employment with the Employer.

d) Your appointment and continuing employment are at all times conditional upon your being permitted to work in the UK.

2 - Duties

a) You will be employed to undertake the following duties:

________

b) The Employer may at any time reasonably direct you to work in another capacity subject to and in accordance with this contract.

c) In addition to your normal duties, you may be required to undertake alternative, additional or ancillary duties from time to time or to transfer to another part of the business as the Employer may reasonably direct.

d) The Employer may at any time reasonably direct that you report to another employee or other person (your "Manager"). The Employer may from time to time change your Manager and you will be notified of any such change.

e) If the Employer has directed that an employee shall become your Manager, and has notified you of such appointment, any matter which you are required to report or notify to the Employer, or otherwise provide or give to the Employer (such as notice), may be so reported, notified, provided or given to your Manager. Equally where this agreement requires that something shall be given or notified to you by the Employer, where your Manager has been appointed, and you have been so notified, your Manager may do so on behalf of the Employer.

f) During your employment you will:

i) devote your whole time and attention to your duties and will not, without the prior written consent of the Employer, directly or indirectly hold any office in or be employed or engaged by or concerned or interested in any capacity (whether paid or unpaid) in any other business or undertaking which is similar to or competitive with that of the Employer and/or any of the Employer's suppliers and/or customers.

ii) obey all lawful and reasonable directions or instructions from time to time given to you by your Manager or any other authorised person

iii) comply with the Employer's rules, regulations and policies from time to time in force

iv) use your best endeavours to promote, develop and protect the business, interests and reputation of the Employer and

v) not use (or allow to be used) your knowledge of or connection with the Employer or knowledge of or connection with any customer of or supplier to the Employer for any purpose other than the proper purposes of the Employer.

g) If the Employer should consent to your working for another employer during your employment under this contract, you will give the Employer such information as it may reasonably require from time to time regarding your working time and related arrangements with the other employer to enable it to satisfy itself that such work would not in any way diminish or restrict the performance of your duties under this contract.

3 - Hours of work

a) Your normal hours of work are ________ hours per week, to be worked:

________

b) You will at all times be entitled to 20 minutes rest for every day that more than 6 hours are worked.

c) The Employer may vary your hours of work or the pattern of your normal hours, as it considers necessary to meet the needs of the business.

4 - Pay

a) The Employer will pay you:

________

(your "Pay")

b) Your Pay, which will accrue on a daily basis, will be paid in instalments in arrears on our about those days established in accordance with the following schedule:

________

d) All payments of Pay are subject to deductions for income tax and national insurance contributions and other authorised deductions or deductions required by law.

e) You authorise the Employer at any time during your employment and/or on its termination to deduct any sums owed by you to the Employer at any time (to include, without limitation, the balance of a season ticket loan, pay, repayment of pay for holiday taken in excess of your accrued entitlement) from your Pay and/or from any other sums due to you under this contract (to include, without limitation, any payment in lieu of notice, bonus, holiday pay or sick pay).

5 - Place of work and mobility clauses

a) Your normal place of work will be at:

________

but you may be required to perform your duties in such other place or places as the Employer may reasonably require from time to time.

6 - Holiday

a) You will be entitled to the following paid holiday per holiday year:

________

b) The holiday year runs for one calendar year from the Commencement Date each year.

c) Your entitlement will be reduced pro-rata for any holiday year where you are not employed for a full-year. For instance, if the holiday period runs from 1 January to 31 December, but employment commences on 30 June, you will only be entitled to half of your full year's holiday entitlement for that holiday year.

d) You may be required to work on any statutory or public holidays at the absolute discretion of the Employer, in which case you will receive a day off in lieu

e) Your holiday entitlement includes statutory basic and additional annual leave entitlement under the Working Time Regulations 1998. You will be deemed to take your statutory basic annual leave entitlement first, then your statutory annual leave entitlement, and finally any contractual annual leave entitlement.

f) You must take all of your entitlement in the holiday year in which it accrues and carrying forward is not permitted unless either agreed in advance by the Employer or where the law allows holiday to be carried forward.

g) Holidays are to be taken at such time or times as the Employer agrees and the Employer may refuse a request having regard to the reasonable requirements of the business.

h) The Employer reserves the right to require you to take holidays on particular dates including during any notice period. You will be given reasonable notice of any such requirement, which may be less than is required under statute.

i) On termination of your employment you will be paid in lieu of accrued but untaken holiday entitlement in respect of the holiday year in which your employment terminates. In certain circumstances the law permits untaken holiday to be carried forward from a previous year where you have been unable to take it due to long-term absence, in which case the payment on termination may also include untaken holiday carried forward from the holiday year prior to the holiday year of termination. You will be required to pay the Employer for holiday taken in excess of your accrued entitlement on termination.

j) If your employment is terminated for a reason justifying summary dismissal or you do not give proper notice to terminate your employment, you will be entitled only to payment of £1.00 in lieu of any outstanding holiday entitlement.

7 - Sickness

a) If you are absent from work for any reason, you, or someone or your behalf, must inform the Employer prior to your work starting. The reason for absence and the expected duration of the absence should be given. If your absence from work is due to sickness or injury and continues for a period exceeding 7 consecutive days, you should provide a Statement of Fitness for Work (fit note) from your GP/other treating doctor as soon as possible after the 7th day of absence and weekly after that. You must keep the Employer informed on a regular basis of your progress and the date of your expected return to work.

b) In the event of absence from work due to illness or injury, you will, subject to compliance with the Employer's sickness policy be eligible to receive an amount equivalent to your Pay for the first 4 weeks of absence, calculated as an aggregate period of absence in any 12 consecutive calendar months. Note that payment (in excess of statutory sick pay) for absence due to illness or injury at any time during your employment will be at the sole discretion of the Employer. Such payments will include any entitlement to any statutory sick pay due in accordance with applicable legislation in force at the time of the absence.

c) At any time during your employment, you will, at the Employer's request, submit yourself to a medical examination by a medical practitioner nominated by the Employer. You authorise any nominated practitioner to disclose to the Employer the results of any such examination, your prognosis, your likely recovery time and/or fitness to return to work and any recommended treatment and to discuss it with the Employer. The Employer will pay all expenses associated with any such examination. The Employer reserves the right to postpone your return to work after a period of absence until it has received a report from a medical practitioner confirming that you are fit to return.

8 - Pensions

a) There is currently no entitlement to pension benefits in relation to your employment, but the Employer will provide such pension arrangements as are required by law. Further details of those pension arrangements may be obtained from the Employer.

9 - Expenses

a) The Employer will reimburse to you all reasonable travelling, hotel and other expenses which are reasonably, wholly, necessarily and exclusively incurred by you in the performance of your duties and which have been authorised in advance.

10 - Termination of employment

a) After you have been continuously employed for one month you may terminate your employment at any time on giving to the Employer not less than one week's prior notice and the Employer may terminate your employment at any time on giving you the following minimum period of prior notice:

i) during the first 2 years' continuous employment, one week's notice; and

ii) after that, one additional week for each year of service, up to a maximum of 12 weeks' notice.

b) Nothing in this contract will prevent the Employer from terminating your employment, without notice or payment in lieu of notice, in a case of gross misconduct justifying summary dismissal without notice, or if you cease to be permitted to work in the United Kingdom.

c) The Employer may terminate your employment under this contract even if such termination results in you losing existing or prospective benefits under any scheme or arrangement provided or arranged by the Employer.

d) The Employer may in its sole and absolute discretion terminate your employment at any time with immediate effect by:

i) making a payment to you in lieu of notice equivalent to your Pay only for the notice period or the balance of it; and

ii) notifying you:

1) that the payment has been made;

2) that your employment is being terminated in exercise of the right under this clause; and

3) when your employment will, as a result, terminate.

e) If you or the Employer have given notice to terminate your employment, the Employer may at any time require you not to attend at your place of work and/or any of the Employer 's premises, and/or require you to perform your duties from home, to perform no duties or to perform duties different to your normal duties, and/or to return all company property in your possession or control, and/or not directly or indirectly to contact any customers, clients, suppliers or employees of the Employer until your employment ends. During such period, you will continue to be entitled to your Pay and any contractual benefits and you will remain an employee of the Employer and may not work for any other person.

11 - Confidential Information

a) In this contract Confidential Information means:

i) information relating to the business, management systems, finances, transactions and affairs of the Employer including but not limited to price and cost information and statistics, discount structures, sales statistics, business plans and programmes, potential business opportunities, expansion plans, marketing surveys and strategies, research and development projects, business forms, contractual negotiations, lists and details of customers and prospective customers, clients and prospective clients and of suppliers and prospective suppliers and details regarding the remuneration of employees, their experience and other information relating to those employed or engaged by the Employer;

ii) trade secrets (including, without limitation, formulae, computer programs, processes, methods, inventions, technical data, databases, know-how, training techniques, marketing data, operating procedures, policies and practices and designs) relating to the business of the Employer and/or any of its or their customers or clients, suppliers, agents or distributors;

iii) information relating to the business, finances, dealings, transactions and affairs of any customer or client, supplier or agent or distributor of the Employer;

iv) information in respect of which the Employer is bound by an obligation of confidentiality to a third party;

v) any information which is identified to you by the Employer as being confidential or secret in nature or which ought reasonably to be regarded as confidential.

b) Except in the proper performance of your duties (or as required by law), you will not, either during your employment or at any time after the termination of your employment, without the prior written approval of the Employer, use Confidential Information for your own benefit or for the benefit of any other person, firm, company or organisation (other than the Employer), or directly or indirectly disclose Confidential Information to any person (other than any person employed by the Employer whose province it is to have access to that Confidential Information).

c) During your employment you will:

i) use your best endeavours to prevent the unauthorised publication or disclosure by third parties of any Confidential Information; and

ii) not make (otherwise than for the benefit of the Employer) any notes, memoranda, records, tape recordings, computer programs, photographs, plans, drawings or any other form of record (whether electronic or paper) relating to any matter within the scope of the business of the Employer or concerning any of the dealings or affairs of the Employer.

d) The restrictions contained in this clause 14 will not apply to any Confidential Information or other information which (otherwise than through your default) becomes available to, or within the knowledge of, the public, or to information disclosed for the purpose of making a protected disclosure within the meaning of Part IVA of the Employment Rights Act 1996, or to a relevant pay disclosure made in compliance with Section 77 of the Equality Act 2010.

e) On the termination of your employment (or earlier if requested) you must return to the Employer, or its representative, all property, equipment, records, correspondence, documents, files, Confidential Information and other information (whether originals, copies or extracts) belonging to, or in any way relating to the business and affairs of, the Employer which is in your possession or custody or under your control including, without limitation, passes, keys, credit cards, fuel cards, documents, correspondence, files, reports, minutes, plans, records, surveys, diagrams, manuals, details of or lists of customers, clients, suppliers or investors, business plans and strategies, mobile telephones, BlackBerries or other personal digital assistant devices, electronic equipment, computer equipment, computer disks, memory sticks and other digital storage or memory devices and all copies, extracts or summaries of such items, whether in a physical or electronic form. You must also delete, irretrievably, any information relating to the business of the Employer that you have stored on any computer and communication systems, electronic or digital storage or memory device that does not belong to the Employer, including (to the extent technically practicable) from such systems and data storage services provided by third parties. You must at the same time confirm to the Employer in writing that you have complied with your obligations under this clause.

12 - Data Protection and monitoring

a) You consent to the Employer processing personal data and sensitive personal data (as defined in the Data Protection Act 1998) concerning you in its manual and computerised/automated filing systems internally and, so far as is reasonably necessary, externally, for the purposes of complying with statutory requirements, meeting the Employer's legitimate interests, properly conducting the Employer's business, complying with the terms of this contract and for all purposes in connection with your employment with the Employer.

b) You consent to your personal data and sensitive personal data for the purposes envisaged above being transferred to and processed by:

i) professional advisors of the Employer;

ii) any third party providing services to the Employer for the benefit of its employees;

iii) HM Revenue and Customs or other authorities; and

iv) prospective purchasers of all or any part of the Employer's business in return for suitable confidentiality undertakings regardless of the country to which the data is to be transferred.

c) The Employer will take reasonable steps to ensure an adequate level of protection for all personal data and sensitive personal data transferred outside the European Economic Area.

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15 - Entire agreement

a) This contract is the entire agreement between you and the Employer in relation to its subject matter and replaces all previous agreements and arrangements (whether written or oral, express or implied) relating to your employment by the Employer. Any such previous agreements and arrangements will be deemed to have been terminated by mutual consent as from the date of this contract. There are no particulars applicable to your employment relating to

a) non-permanent or fixed-term employment

b) collective agreements which directly affect the terms and conditions of your employment

c) working outside the United Kingdom for more than one month

d) the Employer's disciplinary and grievance policy

Agreed by the parties

I agree to the above terms and acknowledge receipt of the information required for a written statement of particulars under the Employment Rights Act 1996.

Signed:


________

Date:....................

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Employment Contract

BETWEEN

________ of:

________

(hereafter "the Employer")

and

________ of:

________

(hereafter "you")

1 - Your Appointment

a) You will be employed by the Employer in accordance with the terms and conditions set out in this contract.

b) Your employment with the Employer under this contract will commence on ________ ("the Commencement Date").

c) Any previous periods of employment with any previous employers will not count as part of your period of continuous employment with the Employer.

d) Your appointment and continuing employment are at all times conditional upon your being permitted to work in the UK.

2 - Duties

a) You will be employed to undertake the following duties:

________

b) The Employer may at any time reasonably direct you to work in another capacity subject to and in accordance with this contract.

c) In addition to your normal duties, you may be required to undertake alternative, additional or ancillary duties from time to time or to transfer to another part of the business as the Employer may reasonably direct.

d) The Employer may at any time reasonably direct that you report to another employee or other person (your "Manager"). The Employer may from time to time change your Manager and you will be notified of any such change.

e) If the Employer has directed that an employee shall become your Manager, and has notified you of such appointment, any matter which you are required to report or notify to the Employer, or otherwise provide or give to the Employer (such as notice), may be so reported, notified, provided or given to your Manager. Equally where this agreement requires that something shall be given or notified to you by the Employer, where your Manager has been appointed, and you have been so notified, your Manager may do so on behalf of the Employer.

f) During your employment you will:

i) devote your whole time and attention to your duties and will not, without the prior written consent of the Employer, directly or indirectly hold any office in or be employed or engaged by or concerned or interested in any capacity (whether paid or unpaid) in any other business or undertaking which is similar to or competitive with that of the Employer and/or any of the Employer's suppliers and/or customers.

ii) obey all lawful and reasonable directions or instructions from time to time given to you by your Manager or any other authorised person

iii) comply with the Employer's rules, regulations and policies from time to time in force

iv) use your best endeavours to promote, develop and protect the business, interests and reputation of the Employer and

v) not use (or allow to be used) your knowledge of or connection with the Employer or knowledge of or connection with any customer of or supplier to the Employer for any purpose other than the proper purposes of the Employer.

g) If the Employer should consent to your working for another employer during your employment under this contract, you will give the Employer such information as it may reasonably require from time to time regarding your working time and related arrangements with the other employer to enable it to satisfy itself that such work would not in any way diminish or restrict the performance of your duties under this contract.

3 - Hours of work

a) Your normal hours of work are ________ hours per week, to be worked:

________

b) You will at all times be entitled to 20 minutes rest for every day that more than 6 hours are worked.

c) The Employer may vary your hours of work or the pattern of your normal hours, as it considers necessary to meet the needs of the business.

4 - Pay

a) The Employer will pay you:

________

(your "Pay")

b) Your Pay, which will accrue on a daily basis, will be paid in instalments in arrears on our about those days established in accordance with the following schedule:

________

d) All payments of Pay are subject to deductions for income tax and national insurance contributions and other authorised deductions or deductions required by law.

e) You authorise the Employer at any time during your employment and/or on its termination to deduct any sums owed by you to the Employer at any time (to include, without limitation, the balance of a season ticket loan, pay, repayment of pay for holiday taken in excess of your accrued entitlement) from your Pay and/or from any other sums due to you under this contract (to include, without limitation, any payment in lieu of notice, bonus, holiday pay or sick pay).

5 - Place of work and mobility clauses

a) Your normal place of work will be at:

________

but you may be required to perform your duties in such other place or places as the Employer may reasonably require from time to time.

6 - Holiday

a) You will be entitled to the following paid holiday per holiday year:

________

b) The holiday year runs for one calendar year from the Commencement Date each year.

c) Your entitlement will be reduced pro-rata for any holiday year where you are not employed for a full-year. For instance, if the holiday period runs from 1 January to 31 December, but employment commences on 30 June, you will only be entitled to half of your full year's holiday entitlement for that holiday year.

d) You may be required to work on any statutory or public holidays at the absolute discretion of the Employer, in which case you will receive a day off in lieu

e) Your holiday entitlement includes statutory basic and additional annual leave entitlement under the Working Time Regulations 1998. You will be deemed to take your statutory basic annual leave entitlement first, then your statutory annual leave entitlement, and finally any contractual annual leave entitlement.

f) You must take all of your entitlement in the holiday year in which it accrues and carrying forward is not permitted unless either agreed in advance by the Employer or where the law allows holiday to be carried forward.

g) Holidays are to be taken at such time or times as the Employer agrees and the Employer may refuse a request having regard to the reasonable requirements of the business.

h) The Employer reserves the right to require you to take holidays on particular dates including during any notice period. You will be given reasonable notice of any such requirement, which may be less than is required under statute.

i) On termination of your employment you will be paid in lieu of accrued but untaken holiday entitlement in respect of the holiday year in which your employment terminates. In certain circumstances the law permits untaken holiday to be carried forward from a previous year where you have been unable to take it due to long-term absence, in which case the payment on termination may also include untaken holiday carried forward from the holiday year prior to the holiday year of termination. You will be required to pay the Employer for holiday taken in excess of your accrued entitlement on termination.

j) If your employment is terminated for a reason justifying summary dismissal or you do not give proper notice to terminate your employment, you will be entitled only to payment of £1.00 in lieu of any outstanding holiday entitlement.

7 - Sickness

a) If you are absent from work for any reason, you, or someone or your behalf, must inform the Employer prior to your work starting. The reason for absence and the expected duration of the absence should be given. If your absence from work is due to sickness or injury and continues for a period exceeding 7 consecutive days, you should provide a Statement of Fitness for Work (fit note) from your GP/other treating doctor as soon as possible after the 7th day of absence and weekly after that. You must keep the Employer informed on a regular basis of your progress and the date of your expected return to work.

b) In the event of absence from work due to illness or injury, you will, subject to compliance with the Employer's sickness policy be eligible to receive an amount equivalent to your Pay for the first 4 weeks of absence, calculated as an aggregate period of absence in any 12 consecutive calendar months. Note that payment (in excess of statutory sick pay) for absence due to illness or injury at any time during your employment will be at the sole discretion of the Employer. Such payments will include any entitlement to any statutory sick pay due in accordance with applicable legislation in force at the time of the absence.

c) At any time during your employment, you will, at the Employer's request, submit yourself to a medical examination by a medical practitioner nominated by the Employer. You authorise any nominated practitioner to disclose to the Employer the results of any such examination, your prognosis, your likely recovery time and/or fitness to return to work and any recommended treatment and to discuss it with the Employer. The Employer will pay all expenses associated with any such examination. The Employer reserves the right to postpone your return to work after a period of absence until it has received a report from a medical practitioner confirming that you are fit to return.

8 - Pensions

a) There is currently no entitlement to pension benefits in relation to your employment, but the Employer will provide such pension arrangements as are required by law. Further details of those pension arrangements may be obtained from the Employer.

9 - Expenses

a) The Employer will reimburse to you all reasonable travelling, hotel and other expenses which are reasonably, wholly, necessarily and exclusively incurred by you in the performance of your duties and which have been authorised in advance.

10 - Termination of employment

a) After you have been continuously employed for one month you may terminate your employment at any time on giving to the Employer not less than one week's prior notice and the Employer may terminate your employment at any time on giving you the following minimum period of prior notice:

i) during the first 2 years' continuous employment, one week's notice; and

ii) after that, one additional week for each year of service, up to a maximum of 12 weeks' notice.

b) Nothing in this contract will prevent the Employer from terminating your employment, without notice or payment in lieu of notice, in a case of gross misconduct justifying summary dismissal without notice, or if you cease to be permitted to work in the United Kingdom.

c) The Employer may terminate your employment under this contract even if such termination results in you losing existing or prospective benefits under any scheme or arrangement provided or arranged by the Employer.

d) The Employer may in its sole and absolute discretion terminate your employment at any time with immediate effect by:

i) making a payment to you in lieu of notice equivalent to your Pay only for the notice period or the balance of it; and

ii) notifying you:

1) that the payment has been made;

2) that your employment is being terminated in exercise of the right under this clause; and

3) when your employment will, as a result, terminate.

e) If you or the Employer have given notice to terminate your employment, the Employer may at any time require you not to attend at your place of work and/or any of the Employer 's premises, and/or require you to perform your duties from home, to perform no duties or to perform duties different to your normal duties, and/or to return all company property in your possession or control, and/or not directly or indirectly to contact any customers, clients, suppliers or employees of the Employer until your employment ends. During such period, you will continue to be entitled to your Pay and any contractual benefits and you will remain an employee of the Employer and may not work for any other person.

11 - Confidential Information

a) In this contract Confidential Information means:

i) information relating to the business, management systems, finances, transactions and affairs of the Employer including but not limited to price and cost information and statistics, discount structures, sales statistics, business plans and programmes, potential business opportunities, expansion plans, marketing surveys and strategies, research and development projects, business forms, contractual negotiations, lists and details of customers and prospective customers, clients and prospective clients and of suppliers and prospective suppliers and details regarding the remuneration of employees, their experience and other information relating to those employed or engaged by the Employer;

ii) trade secrets (including, without limitation, formulae, computer programs, processes, methods, inventions, technical data, databases, know-how, training techniques, marketing data, operating procedures, policies and practices and designs) relating to the business of the Employer and/or any of its or their customers or clients, suppliers, agents or distributors;

iii) information relating to the business, finances, dealings, transactions and affairs of any customer or client, supplier or agent or distributor of the Employer;

iv) information in respect of which the Employer is bound by an obligation of confidentiality to a third party;

v) any information which is identified to you by the Employer as being confidential or secret in nature or which ought reasonably to be regarded as confidential.

b) Except in the proper performance of your duties (or as required by law), you will not, either during your employment or at any time after the termination of your employment, without the prior written approval of the Employer, use Confidential Information for your own benefit or for the benefit of any other person, firm, company or organisation (other than the Employer), or directly or indirectly disclose Confidential Information to any person (other than any person employed by the Employer whose province it is to have access to that Confidential Information).

c) During your employment you will:

i) use your best endeavours to prevent the unauthorised publication or disclosure by third parties of any Confidential Information; and

ii) not make (otherwise than for the benefit of the Employer) any notes, memoranda, records, tape recordings, computer programs, photographs, plans, drawings or any other form of record (whether electronic or paper) relating to any matter within the scope of the business of the Employer or concerning any of the dealings or affairs of the Employer.

d) The restrictions contained in this clause 14 will not apply to any Confidential Information or other information which (otherwise than through your default) becomes available to, or within the knowledge of, the public, or to information disclosed for the purpose of making a protected disclosure within the meaning of Part IVA of the Employment Rights Act 1996, or to a relevant pay disclosure made in compliance with Section 77 of the Equality Act 2010.

e) On the termination of your employment (or earlier if requested) you must return to the Employer, or its representative, all property, equipment, records, correspondence, documents, files, Confidential Information and other information (whether originals, copies or extracts) belonging to, or in any way relating to the business and affairs of, the Employer which is in your possession or custody or under your control including, without limitation, passes, keys, credit cards, fuel cards, documents, correspondence, files, reports, minutes, plans, records, surveys, diagrams, manuals, details of or lists of customers, clients, suppliers or investors, business plans and strategies, mobile telephones, BlackBerries or other personal digital assistant devices, electronic equipment, computer equipment, computer disks, memory sticks and other digital storage or memory devices and all copies, extracts or summaries of such items, whether in a physical or electronic form. You must also delete, irretrievably, any information relating to the business of the Employer that you have stored on any computer and communication systems, electronic or digital storage or memory device that does not belong to the Employer, including (to the extent technically practicable) from such systems and data storage services provided by third parties. You must at the same time confirm to the Employer in writing that you have complied with your obligations under this clause.

12 - Data Protection and monitoring

a) You consent to the Employer processing personal data and sensitive personal data (as defined in the Data Protection Act 1998) concerning you in its manual and computerised/automated filing systems internally and, so far as is reasonably necessary, externally, for the purposes of complying with statutory requirements, meeting the Employer's legitimate interests, properly conducting the Employer's business, complying with the terms of this contract and for all purposes in connection with your employment with the Employer.

b) You consent to your personal data and sensitive personal data for the purposes envisaged above being transferred to and processed by:

i) professional advisors of the Employer;

ii) any third party providing services to the Employer for the benefit of its employees;

iii) HM Revenue and Customs or other authorities; and

iv) prospective purchasers of all or any part of the Employer's business in return for suitable confidentiality undertakings regardless of the country to which the data is to be transferred.

c) The Employer will take reasonable steps to ensure an adequate level of protection for all personal data and sensitive personal data transferred outside the European Economic Area.

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15 - Entire agreement

a) This contract is the entire agreement between you and the Employer in relation to its subject matter and replaces all previous agreements and arrangements (whether written or oral, express or implied) relating to your employment by the Employer. Any such previous agreements and arrangements will be deemed to have been terminated by mutual consent as from the date of this contract. There are no particulars applicable to your employment relating to

a) non-permanent or fixed-term employment

b) collective agreements which directly affect the terms and conditions of your employment

c) working outside the United Kingdom for more than one month

d) the Employer's disciplinary and grievance policy

Agreed by the parties

I agree to the above terms and acknowledge receipt of the information required for a written statement of particulars under the Employment Rights Act 1996.

Signed:


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Date:....................