Learn how to create a Full-time Employment contract with outside interests by using our template, with tips on when to use it, how to use it.
An employment agreement allows an employer to hire an employee. An employment contract specifies the rights and obligations of the employer and the employee. An employment contract will specify key information such as the employee's role, salary, work location, hours and holidays.
A full-time employee will work between 35 and 40 hours a week usually spread over 5 days.
Employees are not always entitled to interests outside of their employment which may conflict with their employer's interests. When an employee is entitled to outside interests, these must be detailed in the employment contract.
An employer might wish to restrict an employee from working outside of their employment hours on other projects whether they are paid or not if the employer feels they might have a negatice impact on their work. If an employee pursued the activites prior to commencing the employment, the employer must be made aware of them before the start of employment. When outside interests are permitted by the employer, these will often be granted on a case by case basis.
Legislate's employment contract offers the flexibility to cater for employees who have permitted outside interests as well as for employees who are not permitted outside interests.
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