Dear HR Community Subscribers,
We have a situation that requires your kind advice.
Our company was founded by our present managing director (MD) in 1988 and we are in the offshore oil industry.
We have recently discovered that our founder and MD does not have an employment contract.
Do you think we should provide one for him since he is the MD?
And if we do, should we backdate the contract to company incorporation?
Appreciate your replies.
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