Layoff as an 'implied term'
Hi not strictly related to redundancy, but I think most likely this is a precursor to it happening. I have been with my employer for around 10 years now and they have asked me to sign a new contract as the company name is changing to LTD. within this new contract are several thing I disagree with one of which is an unpaid layoff clause, I brought this to my employers attention that I won't be willing to sign this clause as it's never been in any verbal agreements of the past. My employer has implied its either sign or your out and its not changing my contract as it is an implied term in all verbal contracts...Is this true? I feel it is a major change to my current situation of no written contract and whilst i'm happy to sign a contract, i'm not prepared to sign away my rights. Any advice?
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