How to Write an Employee Contract

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In a written employee contract, outline the employee's responsibilities, the expectations of the company and the benefits offered. Protect both the employee and the employer in a standard employee contract with help from a management teacher in this free video on business.

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Hi, my name is Mark . I'm going to look at how to write an employee contract. The employee contract is really focusing on the aspects of the employee's work and responsibilities. And of course, benefits. So this contract, we'll just focus on what is expected. And will be received by the employee. So it will be focusing on the job, the functionality. The period of time in which this person is working for th organization. Is it full time, is it part time? What hours they're working? What rate of pay do they get per hour or per month or per week? How does it work out, in that regard? What their expectation levels are from the company towards the employee? Sometimes maybe the clothes, mannerisms, attitudes. Dealing with customers for example. What they expect internally from the employee. And of course, in turn what the employee can hope from the company. In terms of potential, in terms of growth. Career opportunities, training. The environment within which they work. Communication opportunities, internally. Leisure opportunities, internally. Their health and medical bills. Are they going to be taken care of by the company? Or is it privately? What benefits the company offer the employee? Social activities and obviously financial benefits. So these things need to be covered in this contract. And obviously, they need to be equally favored. So the both parties feel they're getting value for their time and their money.


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