Whenever there is a conflict between an employer and an employee, the first thing the legal expert will want to know is which agreements were concluded between the employer and the employee. It is then useful when the
agreements have been drawn up, preferably in a signed contract. Such contracts must contain a number of essential data and provisions, such as personal details of the employer and the employee, the nature of the work to be performed and the number of hours to be worked weekly.
Some provisions are subject to special legal conditions, e.g. the trial period clause and the competition clause. If the contract does not comply with these legal conditions, such provisions may easily not be lawful, which may have unpleasant additional adjective and financial consequences. Always be extra alert when you want to include such special stipulations.