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Why Employment Contracts are Necessary

Before and employee starts an employment there has to be an agreement between the employer and employee known as a contract. This has caused some disagreements, and this is why we have the tribunal claims. The practice of the employer and the employee signing a contract of agreement is a most common practice. These agreements are usually put in writing by the employer incorporating the terms and both the employer and employee have to mutually agree with the standard form, or with the negotiated terms that exist between both parties. Some of the employers will ignore this and agree on a verbal agreement with their employees they, therefore, do not finalize with the terms of employment in a written form or an employment contract.

The business operations and also the employee responsibilities can change with time. When this happens and there is no written contract, there might be an oversight of these changes, but when there is a written contract this information has to be incorporated into the contract. 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. Both the employer and the employee have to sign the contract so that it can be in operation. 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 that you have agreed on are included in the written contract.

There are employment laws that are supposed by law to be included in the contract agreement, these are also included. There are also other terms which are necessary to make the contract work.

There should be a mutual working understanding between the employee and the employer. The terms are written to express the agreement terms on both parties and then there are others that are implied into the agreement.

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.

It also highlights how much, and how often and how an employee will be paid. All the holidays are that the employee is entitled to are highlighted.
If an employee will at some point be required to travel somewhere for employment this is captured in the contract and also the nrservice they are to offer to the employer.