Bright Contracts is a software package that has everything you need to create and manage a professional staff handbook and contracts of employment. Getting these in place has traditionally been an expensive, complicated and time-consuming process. Bright Contracts makes it quick and easy.
Without employee contracts in place, an employer is risking large settlements in the case of staff disputes, and fines in the case of regulatory inspections. Having contracts also clearly defines the contractual relationship between you and your employees. Bright Contracts is the easiest way to get sorted.
|Single employer, unlimited employees||€149|
|Multiple employers, unlimited employees||€299|
Price is per user and subject to VAT. Price covers 12 months full use from date of activation.
Bright Contracts is teeming with useful functionality, from the obvious to the obscure. Yet it delivers it all in a neat, easy to use package. You'll wonder how you ever managed without it.
Bright Contracts does not set a limit on the number of employees you can add. And there are no confusing price brackets that depend on the number of employees you have.
Use the suggested content or customise it to your needs. Add pre-defined sections or add your own proprietary sections. Re-arrange as required.
Create a contract for each employee and record when they are signed. Archive old contracts. Base one contract on another for rapid creation.
With full control over cover pages, logos, headers, footers, fonts, colours, and more, you can ensure your documents match your corporate identity, or just simply make them look how you want.
Before you print a handbook or contract, you can see an accurate on-screen preview of how it will look on page. Scroll, zoom and pan controls make it simple and flexible.
An employee is flagged red if he or she does not have a handbook or contract. An employee is flagged amber if he or she has an out of date handbook or soon to expire contract.
The summary screen gives you an overview of handbooks in use, recent handbook updates, who does and doesn't have a handbook, and who does and doesn't have a current signed contract.
Not everyone is an employment law expert. If you're not sure what to enter for a certain field, or you're not 100% sure what something means, click the handy tip icon for an inline explanation.
Employment law legislation changes over time. When it does, and the Bright Contracts handbook or contract template changes, you'll be made aware of the adjustment, which you can accept with a single click.
Expand the services you offer or add a new revenue stream to your business wih the Bureau version of Bright Contracts, which allows you to create handbooks and contracts for unlimited employers and employees.
Bright Contracts partners with professional bodies and groups to create bespoke contracts and handbooks. Industry customisation is an excellent value added member offering for any professional group.
Leave has been granted to challenge the constitutionality of the Workplace Relations Commission procedures to determine employment rights disputes.
The actions could have important consequences for the WRC, which was established in 2015. It replaced the previous Employment Appeals Tribunal system of adjudicating claims for unfair dismissals and wages payment disputes.
The current case before the High Court was taken by solicitors on behalf of Tomasz Zalewski, who claims he was unfairly dismissed last December by Buywise Discount Store Ltd., where he was employed as a Store Supervisor and Security Guard.
Mr. Zalewski feels he was not afforded fair procedure and constitutional justice when the adjudication officer upheld the dismissal. Mr Justice Noonan granted Mr Zalewski leave to judicially review the officer’s decision and restrained the WRC from progressing Mr Zalewski’s appeal to the Labour Court until there is further order from the court.
The court was informed that the hearing was extremely brief, lasting around 10 minutes, with the adjudication officer accepting written submissions from both sides, but Mr Zalewski was given no opportunity to cross-examine.