What Are Different Types Of Employment Contract
Different Types of employment contract
Full-Time Employment – This is when someone has accepted to work full time for the business. The employee would work between 9 am to 5 pm for 5 days a week. The business would operate in different shifts and this would be because the business wants to be open 24 hours, the employee would agree to work day shifts or night shirts in the contract. Example of this would be, John working for the finance department at Talbot Design business for full time 9am to 5pm for 6 days a week.
Part-Time Employment – This is when someone has accepted to work part time for the business. Which means that they wouldn’t work for many hours for the job role compared to the full time workers. The part timers would …show more content…
Also if they aren’t treated fairly they can complain to an Employment Tribunal which would lead to the employer having to pay compensation. If the part time worker works less hours than the full time workers they would get less benefits such as holiday and sick benefit entitlement. The part time workers would have other rights such as the employees would still be paid the national minimum wage. Example of this would be, John not getting treated fairly in the part time cleaning job at Talbot and John then contacted the Employment Tribunal and this allowed John to claim compensation.
Indefinite and fixed term contract – When the employee has an indefinite role for the job, this means that they would have this job permanently. Example of this would be, John having a permanent job as a finance manager. Fixed term is when the employee is working with a temporary contract, they would be working for the business for a certain time period and there would be date when they would leave the job as they would have agreed to this in the contract. Example of this would be, John having a fixed term contract to work 6 months in the marketing …show more content…
The employment laws would also still need to be taken into account when doing this. Home working is when the employee is doing something practical such as painting cups or packing products. Teleworking is when the employee is using their phone and computer to do their work and this would mainly be office work. Example of this would be, John working for Talbot business and he is doing Teleworking by using the business information and sending letters to customers and suppliers of the