At MBM Commercial, our team of labour law experts advises on the most appropriate and important provisions to include in your GENERAL Manager`s service contract and provides a comprehensive contract that oversees your particular circumstances. We will work hard to understand the unique issues that affect you as a person and work with you to identify the security measures needed to be included in a service contract. With our long experience in litigation arising from litigation in this area and with access to the most up-to-date legal precedents and materials, our knowledge and expertise are invaluable in helping you avoid the many pitfalls that can arise when developing or negotiating administrative contracts for directors. Employment contracts for directors are commonly referred to as service contracts. At MBM Commercial, our team of labour law experts and human resources advisors works with you to ensure that your manager`s service contract is fully developed and that the most important questions about the position and the duties and responsibilities associated with it are addressed. Our team of experienced lawyers and human resources advisors is available with clear and practical advice on all aspects of these service agreements. We can develop an agreement tailored to your specific needs and highlight the impact of important aspects of an agreement and negotiate the terms of a service contract with the other party on your behalf. At MBM Commercial, we offer a comprehensive legal service to ensure that your interests are defended and maintained. Some companies do not realize that they have a legal obligation to contract employment to directors, and this ignorance can have serious consequences. The government has extended the coronavirus retention system (COVID-19) until March 31, 2021. The Coronavirus Job Retentionon Scheme Furlough Leave Agreement (available here) and the flexible Furlough Agreement model (available here) have been updated and can now be used for the new expanded coronavirus work retention regime announced by the Chancellor on November 5, 2020.