Before and employee starts an employment there has to be an agreement between the employer and employee known as a contract. We also have tribunal courts that will look into cases that occur as a result of the contracts being followed. It is a common practice for the employers to enter into agreements with the employees so that they can start an employer and employee relationship. These agreements are supposed to be in writing and have to incorporate the terms that both the employer and the employee have to work and abide with. The employers and the employees should enter into a written contract so that in a case of any changes in the working conditions, the contract can be amended and incorporated into the contract.
The operations of businesses can change, and if this happens, the information has to be captured into the contract. The changes might fail to be integrated into the verbal or even the written contract which leaves both the employer and the employee exposed to the uncertainty and legal exposures. When an employment contract is signed by both parties the terms of employment are well highlighted to ensure that both the employer and the employee understands the terms that both have to abide by. This contract is in operation from the time is signed, or the employment commences, until there are some amendments, or the contract is terminated. The contracts of employment are referred to as the common law employment.
It has the agreed terms between the employee and the employer. The terms and conditions that are negotiated through the corrective agreement are included in the agreement contract.
Also the terms and condition that are established by custom and practice are included. There are also other terms which are necessary to make the contract work.
An example is how the employees are supposed to act in good faith, and the employers have confidence and trust the employees. All the terms are well highlighted in the agreement contract.
There has to be a written contract between the employer and the employee before the employer starts to work for the employee. The contract document contains information like the business address, the Business name, a name of the employee, the job description, work title and other information.
The hours that the employee is supposed to work per day is highlighted in the statement and if they have to work during the day or night and if they have to work on the weekends like Sundays and if the employees are paid overtime. If an employee is to go for public holidays, the information is captured in the employment contract.
The best way to acquire the information is by signing the contract of employment, which means that the employment must be provided before the commencement of employment.