A table setting out the information that may be provided in the principal statement of terms and conditions of employment or further instalments.
In Lovett v Wigan Metropolitan Borough Council  EWCA Civ 12 CA, the Court of Appeal held that a clause that had been incorporated into an employee's written statement of employment particulars did not form part of his contract of employment because he had not agreed to it.
In Lange v Georg Schünemann GmbH, the ECJ rules that an employee's obligation to work overtime whenever requested to do so by his employer was an essential element of the contract that had to be notified to him in writing.
An employment tribunal's determination as to what particulars ought to have been included or referred to in an employee's written statement of employment particulars had to be made with regard to the position at the date of the employee's reference to the tribunal, holds the EAT in Railcare Ltd v Cook.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to written statements of terms and conditions of employment.