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Statement of terms and conditions of employment policy

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Statement of terms and conditions of employment

As an employee of [Company] on your first day of employment you will have received a document setting out specific terms and conditions of service as they relate to your post. This includes details of:

  • the names of the employer and the employee;
  • the date when the employment (and the period of continuous employment) began;
  • remuneration and the intervals at which it is to be paid;
  • hours of work;
  • holiday entitlement;
  • entitlement to sick leave, including any entitlement to sick pay;
  • pensions and pension schemes;
  • the entitlement of employer and employee to notice of termination;
  • job title (or a brief job description);
  • where

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Last update

5 August 2020

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