Sources of information You can find useful Information about employment rights and responsibilities In many different places! Some sources of Information may be found wealth an organization (known as Internal sources) while other sources are found outside the organization (known as external sources). You can click on the icons below to see some examples.
Internal External As you can see, there are many sources of high quality information out there. By taking time to explore this Information, most people should be able to find out what hey need to know. What a written statement must Include A written statement can be made up of more than one document (if the employer gives employees different sections of their statement at different times).
If this does happen, one of the documents (called the ‘principal statement’) must include at least: the business’s name the employee’s name, job title or a description of work and start date if a previous Job counts towards a period of continuous employment, the date the period started how much and how often an employee will get paid ours of work (and If employees will have to work Sundays, nights or overtime holiday entitlement (and If that Includes public holidays) where an employee will be working and whether they might have to relocate If an employee works in different places, where these will be and what the employers address is As well as the principal statement, a written statement must also contain information about: how long a temporary job is expected to last the end date of a fixed-term contract notice periods collective agreements pensions who to go to with a grievance owe to complain about how a grievance Is handled how to complain about a disciplinary or dismissal decision What a written statement doesn’t need to include information can be found): sick pay and procedures disciplinary and dismissal procedures grievance procedures In Northern Ireland, a written statement must explain what the disciplinary rules and procedures are.
Employers can download a template of a written statement of particulars to fill out. Working abroad If an employee has to work abroad for more than a month, their employer must state: owe long they’ll be abroad what currency they’ll be paid in what additional pay or benefits they’ll get terms relating to their return to the I-J This information can be given to the employee in a separate document. An employer may send an employee to another country in the European Economic Area (EYE). In this situation employees must get the terms and conditions that are the legal minimum in that country for: working hours and rest breaks holiday entitlement minimum pay.