Specific flexibility clauses are generally allowed in an employment contract and allow employers to adapt to different situations resulting from a change in the worker`s employment contract. Specific flexibility clauses are usually found with regard to a worker`s workplace or working time. To be legally eligible and compliant, employers must ensure that any proposed changes are appropriate under a specific flexibility clause. For example, it would be unreasonable to change a worker`s workplace so that he or she has to work in the short term in another part of the country. However, the same change may be appropriate if you inform staff sufficiently and, if necessary, help in the event of any possible relocation costs. When using specific flexibility clauses, it is important to ensure that there are reasonable reasons to do business, and this does not destroy trust between you and the employee. To do so, it is recommended that you continue to consult with the employee on the proposed amendment (although you do not need your consent). It is also useful for an employer to be able to demonstrate that the application of the flexibility clause is consistent with the intent of the parties at the time of the conclusion of the agreement and that it is also very useful to be able to demonstrate that these provisions are regularly invoked. If the contract does not allow for the proposed amendment and the worker disagrees, the two options that are open to the employer are either that if the contract does not allow the amendments and an employer imposes contractual changes on a worker without his consent, it is probably an offence.

If the offence is serious enough and the worker has two or more years of service (subject to exemptions in the absence of a minimum duty of service), then the worker can resign and argue in an employment tribunal that he has been constructively rejected in an unjustified constructive manner. The amount earned by a human resources advisor as an independent contractor depends on his or her experience and expertise, such as the type of service for which he or she is recruited.