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Curry favour

Letters

It was interesting to note that Nigel Curry (NCE 31 May) believed he had no contract even though he was working for M4I.

A contract of employment can be in writing or it can be oral or sometimes a combination of both.

Indeed, M4I will be breaking the law if they have not provided Nigel with a written statement containing certain important terms of employment, including length of notice of termination that he is entitled to receive. I suggest Nigel asks for a contract - pronto.

Jeremy Pinington, department head, TRL.

jpinington@trl. co. uk

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