If your employer wants to change a term in your contract, this is called a ‘variation of contract’.
Your employer should only make a change to your contract if at least one of these applies:
- you agree to the change
- your contract says your employer can make certain changes – this is called a ‘variation clause’
- the law is changing – for example if you get the National Minimum Wage and the rate changes
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