Permanent General Employment Contract

Permanent General Employment Contract

A permanent contract is an indefinite contract where an employee is taken on by a company until the employee no longer wishes to work there or the contract ends in termination of some sort. This contract is for a permanent general employment contract and allows users to specify job description, title, and remuneration among others. This type of employee is entitled to all forms of benefits under the Basic Conditions of Employment Act.

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A general employment contract is a comprehensive document that specifies the salary, hours of work, disciplinary codes, and other details of an employment relationship. This contract is typically signed by both parties, and is therefore legally binding. Every employee is entitled to an employment contract, no matter what industry you work in.