What is an employment agreement?
An employment agreement sets out the terms and conditions agreed between you and your employees. It includes information about issues such as hours of work, rates of pay, holidays and what is expected of the person as an employee of your organisation. Every employee must have a written employment agreement.
Some organisations may have collective agreements in place. Unions negotiate with the employer to agree employment terms and conditions on behalf of their members. This process is often called collective bargaining.
Why are employment agreements and collective bargaining important?
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