Every employee must have a written employment agreement.
There are two types of employment agreements, an individual agreement or a collective agreement.
The Employment Relations Act 2000 sets out what provisions must be included in employment agreements by law, and there are also a number of minimum conditions that must be met regardless of whether they are included in individual or collective agreements. The Employment Relations Act 200 also provides a framework for negotiating additional entitlements.
Call us now if you answer YES to any of the following:
- Are you having trouble understanding your employment agreement?
- Are there conditions in your employment agreement you do not want?
- Are you uncomfortable with the conditions of your employment agreement?
- Does your new employment agreement disadvantage you against your old one?
- Are you preparing to negotiate a new employment agreement?
- You don't have an employment agreement?
- You have an old out dated employment agreement?