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Business Forms: Employment Offer
This Employment Offer Letter can be applied to a wide variety of jobs where the employment is on the basis of a Fixed Term.
Enclosed with the Offer Letter should be the Particulars of Employment (Fixed Term Employment Contract).
This template is in open format. Either enter the requisite details in the highlighted fields or adjust the wording to suit your purposes.
Employment Offer Checklist
The Statutory Minimum Employment Agreement Checklist can be used to help you instruct lawyers, or to help you complete a contract of employment with the statutory minimum required terms and conditions of employment.
It lists a range of simple questions (43) to enable you to focus on the principal legal and commercial issues that need to be considered when drafting a Basic Employment Agreement.
Written details of specified particulars of employment must be provided to all employees within two months of starting employment.
Normally these terms and conditions of employment will be provided in the employment contract or in a separate written statement. These minimum requirements are often referred to as a Section One Statement.
This Basic Employment Agreement Checklist template is in fixed field format. Simply press TAB to jump from one field to the next and SHIFT TAB to go back. Alternatively, use the mouse to click from one field to the next.
If you are using Microsoft Office 2003 or older, the template can be unlocked by clicking on the “Padlock” icon on the tool bar. To display the “Padlock” icon click on “View” and then “Toolbars”. From the “Toolbars” menu, select “Forms”.
Users of Microsoft Office 2007 must first click on the “Review” tab to reveal the “Protect Document” button. From the “Permissions” panel that opens, click on the “Stop Protection” button.