When I started at my current training practice, I had a discussion with my supervisor about taking two weeks of annual leave after Easter. At that stage, they agreed to this request but now the practice manager says I can only take one week of leave because the practice is too busy. I have already made arrangement for a two-week family holiday; what can I do?

My practice manager said there was a mistake made in preparing my contract and has changed my pay rate after I signed the employment agreement and started working at the practice. Is this allowed?

I am starting at a new practice and the contract they are offering includes clauses for the deduction of various practice costs including nurse fees and equipment maintenance before applying the percentage calculation. Is this in-line with the NTCER?

Is possible to be a GP registrar employed as a contractor?

FAQ I have noticed my contract includes a clause regarding intellectual property (i.e. the GP practice is the sole owner of the rights to any original work/material developed, even outside working hours). I am uncomfortable signing this and was wondering if it is a standard part of a contract? The NTCER outlines your minimum employment…

My employment agreement has a “No competition” clause which states that within 12 months after my employment ends, I must not practice within an area less than 10km of the training practice. Are these types of clauses legally enforceable?