The statement must include specific legally-binding information that relates to the employment relationship between the employer and the employee. The employment contract is required to contain specific details (including but not limited to):
The employer must provide every employee with a written statement of main terms on or before the first day of work.
The employment contract must include a number of specified terms and conditions.
Organisations that fail to provide the statutory statement of main terms and conditions will breach the rights of their employee. This applies when:
As per the employment contract law, employees may complain to an employment tribunal in the event the employer doesn’t issue a complete statement or fails to issue it on time.
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An employment contract is a legally binding agreement that outlines the terms and conditions between an employer and an employee. It is a legal requirement to provide an employee with...Read more