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This Statement, together with the Employee Handbook, forms part of your Contract of Employment.
Every employee is legally entitled to a written statement of their main terms within 2 months of their start date.
Terms and Conditions to Include:
The names of both the employer and employee
The address of the employer
The principle place of work
The title of the job and the nature of the work.
The date of commencement of the contract of employment.
If the contract is fixed or temporary (dates)
Remuneration and details as to when payment of remuneration will be made.
Rest Periods as required by law
Any terms and conditions relating to the hours of work including overtime.
Any terms and conditions relating to paid leave. For example what is the company position on holidays.
Any terms and conditions relating to sick leave or for payment due to incapacity as a result of injury.
Details of pensions or pension schemes.
Notice Period to be served by employer and employee
Reference must be made to any collective agreements
In addition to the above basic terms the following terms should also be included:
- Reference to any probationary period. This is essential if a probationary period is to be enforced
- Disciplinary and dismissal Procedure
- Grievance Procedure
- Bullying and Harassment procedure