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Compare the terms and conditions for different jobs in the business, retail and administration sectors

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M1 - Compare the terms and conditions for different jobs in the business, retail and administration sectors Evidence requirement - For each of the three job roles compare the specific terms and conditions. ...read more.

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They would get a salary and be paid monthly. The benefits they would get might include a pension, use of business facilities, etc Job 2: (Retail sector) ...read more.

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They would get a salary and be paid monthly. The benefits they would get might include Bonuses, uniform, etc. Job 3: (Administration sector) Receptionist: This person would probably be on a permanent, full-time contract. They would get a salary and be paid monthly. The benefits they would get might include Bonuses, uniform, season ticket loans. ...read more.

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