Conditions Of Employment

[kənˈdɪʃ(ə)n | əv | əmˈplɔɪmənt]

These are usually the benefits and responsibilities within a given position, specifically related to items like wage rate, work hours, annual and sick leave allowance, superannuation payments, penalty rates, grievance and discipline policies and other procedural conditions of employment.

Conditions of employment are usually given at the employee’s induction day, in order for the employee to understand what is expected of them and for things to be clear; employers must ensure that such a document is produced and put in place before the employee commences their work. Failure to do so can lead to a legal action being taken.

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Employers form conditions of employment, in order to outline the responsibilities and the benefits in that specific position.
Conditions Of Employment