The following gives an example of a possible form of a written statement of main terms and conditions of employment under the Employment Rights Act 1996.
An employer must give employees a 'written statement of employment particulars' if their employment contract lasts at least a month or more. This isn't an employment contract but will include the main conditions of employment. The employer must provide the written statement within 2 months of the start of employment.
The statement sets out in writing some of your main employment terms, known as. any collective agreements that affect your employment terms or conditions .
The employment statement provides employees with the terms and conditions of employment and should be given to the employee at the start of employment .
HR and legal information and guidance relating to written statements of terms and conditions of employment.
Principal Statement of Terms and Conditions of Employment. 1. Employer's Name and Address Employee's Name and Address. This statement gives details of .
This is not the same as an employment contract, but it should outline the main terms and conditions of employment. The written Statement of Employment must
This Statement incorporates the minimum statutory requirements. of the terms and conditions of employment in accordance with the. Employment Rights Act .