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What form should an employment contract take?
Is an employer legally obliged to put the contract of employment in writing?
What are written particulars and when should the employee receive them?
Must an employee's employment particulars be provided in one document?
If the new employee is working only a few hours every week on a six-month contract does he or she really require a written statement of employment particulars?
What can an employee do if his or her employer fails to provide a written statement of employment particulars?
Does it matter if an employee's written statement of terms and conditions of employment is out of date?
Are employers required to inform employees of changes to their written statement of employment particulars?
Are there any circumstances in which financial compensation can be awarded for a breach of the written statement of employment particulars requirement?
If the employer knows that the terms of the job may alter from time to time, must every eventuality be included in the written statement of employment particulars?
How should an employer specify the details of an employee's remuneration?
What payment details should be included in a contract of employment?
How should an agreement on hours be made?
What different types of holiday need to be accounted for in the written statement?
How much mobility can be built into a contract?
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