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Terms and Conditions of Employment

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Laurence Crossan

on 21 May 2010

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Transcript of Terms and Conditions of Employment

Learning objectives Know: what is meant by terms and conditions of employment

Understand: what makes up a contract
What is the difference between statutory employment laws and Contractual employment terms. Contract of employment Anyone who works for an employer for more than
one month must be given in writing there terms and
conditions of employment. This information can be given
in a letter or a more formal document called a contract of
employment Terms and Conditions
within a contract Payment terms - in a contract of employment the employee salary will be stated,
how often you will get paid and the methods of payment Probation - every employee will have a period of induction
a set period of time were he/she will monitored and at the end of the probaion the emplyee will be taken off probation, if there is minor problem with the employee the employers can extent the probation period. if there is serious problems with the employee they can be either demoted or dismissed Disciplinary procedures - action that can be taken by the employer, if the employees breach the contract, fails to comply with displinary or organisation rules Grievance Procedures - tells employees what actions to take if a dispute cannot be resolved informally. Annual Leave -
Full time employees have the right to a minimum of 20 days paid holidays a year.
Part time employees have a right to have holidays paid in a pro rata basis. Leave arrangements-
Maternity leave-
Pregnant woman automatically have the right to to leave work for 26 weeks, with minimium pay.
Paternity Leave-
most working fathers can take up to two weeks paid leave
following the birth of their partner's baby. Adoptive leave-
This gives similar rights to a couple who are adopting
a child as to those who are expecting a baby. Parental leave-
all parents are entitled to 13 weeks unpaid leave after 1 year of continuous service to the employers. they can take this up to the childs fifth birthday.
if the child is disabled then this is extented up till 18 weeks until the child is 18 years old Notice and termination of contract-
Amount of time that you or your employer has to give to terminate your contract of employment. Redundancy -
Is a situation where a person is dimissed because there is no work for them to do.
an amount of money will be paid on the number of years of services the employees have. Right to trade union membership Code of behaviour-
all employees must comply with the organisations code of behaviour. Ethical Behaviour-
Contract fulfilment-
this refers to breach of the contract
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