Bi Describe the terms and conditions of your employment as set out in your contract of employment or employment agreement.
Health and safety
It is your duty and responsibility to familiarise yourself with, and to comply with the company’s or any third party’s health and safety policies and procedures.
Rate of pay
Your rate of pay is £7.50 week days and £8.50 weekends per hour; the company will review your pay annually and advise you in writing of any pay change.
Hours of work
Your working hours are variable and will be organised according to a rota which the company will notify to you in advance. The company does not guarantee to provide you with a minimum or maximum number of hours of work.
Notice of termination
Following the successful completion of your probationary period, you are required to give one month’s notice in writing to terminate your employment with the company.
The holiday year runs from 1st April to 31st March.
Your annual holiday entitlement in any holiday year is 5.6 weeks (subject to a maximum of 28 days) which is inclusive of recognised public holidays.
Bii Describe the information which needs to be shown on your pay slip/statement.
This will be what you have earned whether paid weekly or every four weeks. It will be the total for that pay period you have already worked.
Tax is paid depending on how much you have earned it will show on your payslip if you have or haven’t paid tax.
National insurance is also paid depending on how much you earn (it’s different if you are self-employed) and it will be shown on your pay slip.
On your pay slip it shows if you have taken any holiday or not and any holiday that is remaining.
Sick pay is shown on your pay slip and the current rate paid for the period. Biii Identify two changes to personal information which you must report to your employer.