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  • Three things NOT to do when dealing with temporary employee contracts
  • 'As a rule, unless the temporary worker is merely relieving a permanent post, it is most unwise for you to employ someone as a temporary worker in a position that is permanent,' says The Labour Law for Managers Loose Leaf Service. Here are three reasons why you shouldn't break this rule ... According to The Labour Law for Managers Loose Leaf Service, the purpose of an employment contract is to ... ››› more
  • [16 January 2017]
  • How to make the probation period work for you
  • So your new employee isn't the right person for the job. What do you do now? It's simple, use his probation period to assess his performance ability and suitability for the job. Here's how you can make probation work for you and what to do if your employee's not up to standard. The Labour Law for Managers Loose Leaf Service explains that a probation period is a length of time you use to check i... ››› more
  • [06 December 2016]
  • Five key clauses to include in your employment contracts
  • Employment contracts are the cornerstone to your relationship with all your employees. They set out the terms and conditions of the employment, the duties of the employee etc. When it comes to employment contracts, it's vital for you to realise the importance of what to include in your contracts. Having said that, here are five key clauses that you should include in your employment contra... ››› more
  • [21 October 2016]
  • 10 Steps to legally dismiss an employee on probation
  • So you hired the 'perfect' candidate... Or so you thought. He just isn't pulling his weight, and now you need to take action against him. But how? You know you can't just dismiss him - even if he is on probation! Today I want to share 10 steps you need to follow to make sure you dismiss your employee on probation fairly... Keep reading below for these steps.   ***** Advertisement ***** ... ››› more
  • [07 June 2016]
  • Three elements all employment contracts should contain
  • Employment contracts are vitally important for a number of reasons, namely: · They state the terms and conditions that apply to the employee throughout her employment; · they state what you will pay the employee; · they provide information of what benefits and working conditions you'll provide; · they lay out the employee's duties; and · ... ››› more
  • [10 May 2016]
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