Mbie Employment Agreement Builder

Recommended: While the law does not insist on certain inclusions, there are certain clauses that are a good idea to include in an agreement. Once the agreement is reached, you can download it to have your legal counsel checked. You must have a written employment contract (also called an employment contract) for all employees – even if you don`t need it for contractors or volunteers. Look at this area: We will be organizing in a month or two a Special BizClub workshop on the employment contract builder of MBIE. Check the details or register your interest now by sending an email to the team bizclub@aspiringlaw.co.nz employer must keep a copy of the employment contract (or current signed terms of employment). The employer must respect a “considered agreement” even if the employee has not signed it. Staff members are entitled, upon request, to a copy of their contract. Contracts rarely, if ever, fit into a single box. All agreements, to some extent, must be customized to the situation, individuals and/or businesses. An employment contract is not only a legal obligation, but also a document that describes the relationship between employer and worker and which, in fact, must help prevent conflict. However, if the worst happens, the rights and obligations of both parties, as well as the way forward to solve the problems, become clear. Optional: There are also a number of “possible” clauses for inclusion, but whether they are necessary or not, should be taken on advice by your lawyer, depending on the nature of your business and working relationships with your employees.

If a collective agreement covers your employment, your new worker must have the same conditions as the collective agreement for the first 30 days of work. After 30 days, if the worker has not joined the union, the employer and the employee can sign changes or a new individual contract. Every worker must have a written employment contract. It can be either an individual agreement or a collective agreement.