Short Version of Terms of Employment

£9.97

To be used when there is an employee handbook

The Employment Rights Act 1996 requires employers to provide written terms of employment within eight weeks of an employee taking up his or her role. Minimum contents are set out in the Act. The short set of terms meet compliance requirements and should be used in conjunction with an employee handbook

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To be used when there is an employee handbook

The Employment Rights Act 1996 requires employers to provide written terms of employment within eight weeks of an employee taking up his or her role. Minimum contents are set out in the Act. The short set of terms meet compliance requirements and should be used in conjunction with an employee handbook

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