Flexible Working Agreement for Clerical and Admin Staff.

Clerical and Administrative Staff Flexi Time Employment Contract


This Clerical and Administrative Employment Contract (Flexible Working) is designed to be applied to a wide variety of jobs, in particular Clerical, Administrative and Secretarial roles and many other junior levels. Alternative versions of this contract provide for Full Time, Job Share and Part Time.

Employers must provide workers and employees with a written statement of their main terms and conditions of employment and this is often known as a Standard Form Section One Statement.

This Clerical and Administrative Employment Contract (Flexible
Working) covers the requirements of a Standard Form Section One Statement. From 6 April 2020, there are new rules on what must be included in a written statement for new starters and pre-existing employees will be
able to request a written statement that complies with the new rules.  This contract complies with these requirements and must be provided to the employee or worker by day one of employment.

This Clerical and Administrative Employment Contract (Flexible Working) is compliant with both the Employment Rights Act 1996, the Employment Act 2002 and the Working Time Regulations 1998 and contains the following Clauses:

2. Duties and Job Title
3. Date of Commencement / Date of Continuous Employment
4. Hours of Work
5. Place of Work

6. Work outside the UK
7. Remuneration and Benefits
8. Collective Agreements
9. Holidays

10. Other paid leave

12. Sickness Absence
13. Maternity and Paternity Rights
14. Pension
15. Non-Compulsory Retirement
16. Mobility
17. Grievance Procedure
18. Disciplinary Procedure
19. Staff Handbook and Employment Policies
20. Data Protection

21Termination of Employment
22. Governing Law

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