A written employment contract reminds both employer and employee obligations, avoids argument, needed for the payroll services and clearly protects the rights and benefits of both parties. After employer hires the employee, employer should give the employment contract to the employee in details. In fact, both parties must sign if they agree with the declaration.
Employment contract must contain:
1.Name of the employee
4.Description of the position
5.The nature of position( part-time, full-time or temporary)
6.Salary and benefits
7.Conditions (hours per week, leave days per year)
8.Work arrangement during bad weather
The employer and the employee shall retain a copy of this employment contract for future reference.
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