Did you know that employees must be provided with a written statement of five core terms of employment within five days of starting a job?
This is the kind of employment contract information employers need to know. If you don’t give new employees their written ‘5 day’ statement within five days, a hefty fine could land on your desk.
Two main Acts govern the minimum terms of employment: the Employment (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act and the Terms of Employment (Information) Act.
To learn more about your legal obligations as an employer and how well-drafted employment contracts can protect your business, download our free Employment Contracts guide.
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- What is a contract?
- Minimum terms of employment
- Types of contractual terms
- Changing/varying terms of employment
- Different types of contract
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