Contract of employment, HR Management

Obtain all the documents that relate to your contract of employment or the contract employment of some person in your organisation.  These may include the following

1.  Letters of appointment

2.  Collective Agreements or other registered agreements

3.  Formal contract

4. Any relevant correspondence

(If you not currently employed, then obtain these documents from a person who is willing to disclose these papers to you.  You must not however disclose the personal details of that person in your report and should refer to the employee and employer by an alias).

When you have obtained the necessary documents prepare a report in the required format that details the following:

  • What statutory laws are implied into your contract of employment, How is this done, i.e. how are the laws implied into your contract?
  • What provisions in the contract of employment reflect the common law of employment?
  • What provisions attempt to modify the common law duties, that is, do any of the provisions in your contract attempt to reduce or increase the burdens/obligations created by the common law?
  • Do any clauses need to be redrafted, if so, why?
  • Do any clauses need to be added, if so, why?
  • Does the contract give the employee adequate protection in relation to occupational safety, accidents, workers compensation, sickness, bereavement leave etc?
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