An employer must give employees a ‘written statement of employment particulars’ if their employment contract lasts at least a month or more. This isn’t an employment contract but will include the main conditions of employment.
The employer must provide the written statement within 2 months of the start of employment.
If an employee works abroad for more than a month during their first 2 months’ employment, the employer must give them the written statement before they leave.
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