In a company, who typically is responsible for writing employment contracts for new employees?

Is it usually an employment lawyer or is it a human resource manager?

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3 Responses to “In a company, who typically is responsible for writing employment contracts for new employees?”

  1. nitebearer Says:

    The human resources dept should be responsible for these contracts and making sure they are signed and in force. Most companies though have run them through their lawyers or legal dept first and many have a standard contract setup that HR handles. They can have a few different ones for different positions within the company.

  2. GH4ME Says:

    Depends on the company but usually it’s the Human Resources department because the policies and procedures for all employees are the same (or similar) in the company.

  3. bharathi bhaskaran Says:

    the personnel manager of HR dept is responsible for writing such contracts. however, in case of higher posts like general manger etc who are in charge of sensitive decision making process, legal cell of the orgn does get involved.

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