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Explain why terms and conditions of employment are important to both the employer and the employees

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M1- Explain why terms and conditions of employment are important to both the employer and the employees Introduction I am to explain why terms and conditions are important to both the employer and the employees and also identify what problems can occurs if there is no terms and conditions. The importance of terms and conditions This is an agreement between employee and employer and both need to obey all rules and regulation which is written in terms and conditions. Job title: It tells the job title to the new employer so he/she know what position they have in the organisation. Place of work: It is important it tell the new employers where exactly they need to go and also able to make arrangement for travel and it also help the new employer so he/she how far the organisation is and able to estimate time so he/'she able to arrive on time. ...read more.

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It is important you know Pension: It is important for a new employer to know/he will receive pension so he/she can able to plan the future plans and live happily when they will be retire form the job. Maternity/ Paternity rights: it is important for a new employee to know that they have their rights will be respected and if they are paternity leave then they will be paid. For example you can take paternity leave if you are: * are an employee, with a contract of employment * have been with your employer for at least 26 weeks by the end of the 15th week before the start of the week when the baby's due; or by the end of the week in which you are notified of being matched with your child * will be fully involved in the child's upbringing and are taking the time off to support the mother or care for the baby Maternity leave: you are a mother who is an employee; you have the statutory right to a minimum amount of maternity leave. ...read more.

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They feel safe and secure and also inform a new employee how to deal with Health and Safety hazards and record accidents Health and safety officer or report in the accident book. Disciplinary procedures: it is important because it tells new employee how to behave within the organisation so he/she able to maintain discipline within the organisation and able to procedures high standard of work. Uniform: It is important because it tells the new employee what they need to wear so they look smart and professional and also suitable for an office environment. If there are no terms and conditions then employees don't know the rules and regulations within the organisation. No one able to keep discipline within the organization and they are doing what they want to do. No one knows what they need to do if something happen for example where they need to go if incident happen with someone. If employees don't know what they need to know if they are ill. ?? ?? ?? ?? ...read more.

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