Full business name, address
Employment contract is to protect both employees and the business. This sets out the legal relationship between the employer and the employee.
Everyone should have an employment contract setting out terms and conditions and establishing rights and responsibilities for both parties.
Ideally, the contract should be in place on the first day of employment but have up to two months after the first day of employment.
Employment contracts can help to resolve disputes and help you to understand your legal rights.
Job description and job title so both parties know what is expected.
Holiday pay and holiday entitlement which includes how much time off you’re entitled to.
Statutory Sick Pay (SSP)
Statutory redundancy pay is the legal minimum.
Dispute resolution process and disciplinary process.
How much notice your employer must give you if you’re dismissed.