The Importance of the Importance of Terms and Condition of Employment.
For this part of the assignment I will be explaining and importance of terms and conditions of employment.
The terms and conditions are very important for the employer as for the employee because it lays out the frame work of their role in the organisation.
There are many employers that do not provide its employees with an employment contracts. They always dream that "if it is not in writing, then it does not exist," or "if there is no written contract, then we can do what we like with our employees." These are not dreams - these are nightmares - which are sure to land the employer in court. Every employer is required by law to provide the employee with a written contract of employment not later that the first day of commencement of employment. Failure to do so could land the employer in jail for a term of imprisonment or to liability for a hefty fine. The contract of employment is a vital document - it regulates the terms and conditions of employment between the employer and the employee. It stipulates what the employer will provide in terms of benefits, and in terms of labour legislation, and it specifies what the employee is entitled to receive in terms of company policy, company benefits, and labour legislation. It also regulates the behaviour of the employee in the workplace - because all company policies and procedures, as well as your disciplinary code, form a part of the employment contract. If there is no contract regulating these matters, it is extremely difficult to take action against the employee - if there is no contract, or if the employee has never been informed, then he has the right to conclude that it does not exist. In the contract, the employer normally tells you your right, it doesn’t really state what yours and their responsibilities are. It is normally stated in your job role. Next I am going to state some of the responsibilities that the employer as well as...
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