Describe terms and conditions of your employment as set out in your contract of employment or employment agreement The terms and conditions of a contract are required by law. It has a list of the way bluebird works and what is accepted and what isn’t accepted. It has an explanation of payment, this including sick pay and holiday pay. It also has your hours of work. The costs of starting with bluebird, such as requirements like CRB and uniform. It also has the training conditions. It explains the termination process as well. It also goes through briefly the policies of company which you are signing that you agree too. Describe the information which needs to be shown on your pay slip On a pay slip there is a fair bit of information. You will find things like; your name, the month of pay, your employer, employee number, payment method, tax code, your national insurance number, and tax reference number. This is usually at the top of your wage slip. The money side of your wage slip has information such as basic hours, holiday pay, sickness, if you get paid extra on a bank holiday this will be listed separately and any other extra payments like mileage allowance. It will also show your deductions, this includes taxes, national insurance and pension. It will then show a summary of your total payment for the month and the total deductions, it will also show the amount you have earned for the financial year and the amount of tax you have paid out for the year. Then after all of this it will show you your net pay, which is the amount that you are given directly.
Identify two changes to personal information which you must report to the employer When changes have occurred to your personal information you need to notify your employer, these are things like your home address or your contact telephone number.
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