Supporting Good Practice in Managing Employment Relations - 3mer
(Certificate in Human Resource Practice)
Table of Contents
1. Describe 4 Factors (2 internal and 2 external) which impact on the employment relationship 4
2. Define the following types of work: Permanent, Temporary, Fixed Term, - explain the main features of each and why determining an individual’s employment status is important 4
3. Give examples of legislation that impact on: employee holidays, rest periods, working hours and night working and explain why these …show more content…
To the organisation it allows for flexibility for times when the work load is increased.
Some contracts are intended from the outset to be of a limited duration. They may be 'task' or 'specified purpose' contracts, which state that they will end when a particular task is completed or a specified event occurs. Or they may be fixed-term contracts, which specify the period for which they will last or, the date on which they will end. Fixed-term contracts may be short, so an employee working under a contract for a day, a week or a month that is renewed on a rolling basis, is also a fixed-term employee.
Employees who work under this type of contract of limited duration are protected by the Fixed-term Employees (Prevention of Less Favourable Treatment) Regulations 2002. Under the Regulations, 'fixed-term' employees include not only those working under a fixed-term contract but also those working under a task or specified purpose contract.
Contract of employment – importance
A contract of employment is a legal document and will set out the obligation from the company to the employee and vice versa. A legal document is extremely important if there is a dispute. The contract may include company sick pay, holiday entitlement, probationary period, hours of work, as some of the key points. All employees are workers, but an employee has additional