A simple contract signed between an employee and his boss is an employment agreement. It determines the duties and rights of all the parties signing the contract. It includes all employment details such as date of hiring, working hours, paid leaves, salaries and promotional and condemnation circumstances. The context may vary but the basic provisions remain the same.
There are certain significant features of an employment agreement. The place of work should be fixed. Public holidays should be established. Negotiations should be set up with the new employee. A detailed account of the transfer conditions and protection of rights of employees is compulsory to be established.
In the case of any issue arises the employee can consult the matter using the contract he has signed before. In case the problem is not solved then legal heads can be consulted to look into the matter. The employment agreement will aid the problem in such circumstances. Employment Relations Authority is responsible if the problem is not solved further.
The Internet has uploaded templates with default clauses filled in it. These are pdf and .doc files making them printable, easy to use customizable and editable. These templates are handy as a newcomer or a busy employer may be able to recruit high-quality staff as quickly as possible without the need of writing agreements over and over again.
Moreover, they will suit the international standards of the agreement which will increase efficiency, productivity and security of all dealings within the business community.
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