The right way to draw up your employment contracts!
You must give your employees the terms and conditions of their employment in writing.
This document can take the form of a letter of appointment, or you can create a more formal contract of employment – the form doesn't matter it's the content that's important. Getting your employee to sign the document avoids disputes about whether or not it was given and what it contains.
You must do this when the employee starts employment and you must retain the document for at least three years after termination of the employment relationship.
Keep reading here to find out the right way to do this.