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employment contract

What is included

This precedent is an agreement for part-time employment, suitable for employees of employment on a permanent part-time basis. It contains clauses typically used for documentation of part time working arrangements.

It is in the form of a letter of offer. Once signed by the employee and accepted it forms a binding contract of employment.


What is an Employment Contract?

An Employment Contract is a contract used to establish the rights, responsibilities, and obligations of a working relationship between an employer and an employee.

 Included in this Part Time Employment Contract?

Employment Contract will include:

Re: Offer of employment

  1. Award
  2. Position
  3. Hours of work
  4. Remuneration
  5. Leave
  6. Company policies
  7. Intellectual property
  8. Confidentiality
  9. Termination of employment


      • Fair Work Information Statement

        A copy of the Fair Work Information Statement has been provided to you schedule 2 of this letter. Your signature at the end of this letter confirms your receipt of the Fair Work Information Statement.

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        What is a Part Time Employment Contract

        A part-time employment contract is a legally binding agreement between an employer and an employee who works fewer hours than a full-time employee. This contract outlines the terms and conditions of the part-time employment relationship, specifying the rights, responsibilities, and obligations of both the employer and the employee. Here are the key elements and benefits of a part-time employment contract:

        Key Elements

        Key Elements of a Part-Time Employment Contract

        1. Parties Involved:

          • Identification of the employer (company name, address, contact information) and the employee (name, address, contact information).
        2. Job Title and Description:

          • The employee’s job title and a detailed description of their duties and responsibilities.
        3. Working Hours:

          • The number of hours the employee is expected to work each week, including specific days and times if applicable. It should also state whether the hours are fixed or flexible.
        4. Duration of Employment:

          • The start date of employment and, if applicable, the end date or duration of the contract (e.g., a fixed-term contract).
        5. Compensation:

          • Details of the employee’s salary or hourly wage, payment frequency, and any additional compensation (e.g., bonuses, commissions).
        6. Benefits:

          • Information about any benefits the part-time employee is entitled to, such as health insurance, retirement plans, paid time off, and employee discounts. This section should also clarify how benefits are prorated for part-time employees.
        7. Probationary Period:

          • If applicable, the terms of any probationary period, including its duration and the conditions under which employment may be terminated during this period.
        8. Leave Entitlement:

          • Details of leave entitlements, including sick leave, vacation leave, and any other types of leave, and how these are accrued and used.
        9. Termination Conditions:

          • The conditions under which the employment contract can be terminated by either party, including notice periods and any severance pay or other obligations upon termination.
        10. Confidentiality and Non-Disclosure:

          • Clauses that protect the employer’s confidential information and intellectual property, and restrictions on the employee sharing such information.
        11. Non-Compete and Non-Solicitation:

          • If applicable, clauses that restrict the employee from competing with the employer or soliciting the employer’s clients or employees for a specified period after termination of employment.
        12. Workplace Policies and Procedures:

          • Reference to any company policies and procedures that the employee must adhere to, such as codes of conduct, dress codes, and health and safety regulations.
        13. Dispute Resolution:

          • Procedures for resolving any disputes that arise between the employee and the employer, such as mediation or arbitration.
        14. Signatures:

          • The signatures of the employer and the employee, and the date the contract was signed, indicating that both parties agree to the terms and conditions.
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