Term-time Employment Contract
This Term-time Employment Contract is designed for use by Companies and Employers who wish to employ or retain staff to work during school term times. This is particularly useful where Employers wish to retain valued employees who are looking for a different work – life balance.
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 Employment Contract covers the requirements of a Standard Form Section One Statement. This contract complies with these requirements and must be provided to the employee or worker by day one of employment.
This contract is designed for use in respect of employees who work during term time only. Simply-Docs also offers a Term-time Working Policy .
For employees working part time or flexible hours, see the ‘Annualised Hours Employment Contract’ ‘Part time Employment Contract’ or ‘Flexi-Time Employment Contract’.
This contract provides that the employee’s salary will be paid in equal instalments over the year. All employees should now have their holiday pay calculated based on their average earnings over the previous 52 working weeks and all employees will receive at least 5.6 weeks’ leave.
This contract contains the following sections:
2. Duties and Job Title
3. Date of Commencement
4. Hours of Work
5. Place of Work
6. Work outside the UK
7.Remuneration and Benefits
8. Collective Agreements
10. Other paid leave.
12. Sickness Absence
13.Maternity and Paternity Rights
15. Non-Compulsory Retirement
17. Grievance Procedure
18. Disciplinary Procedure
19. Staff Handbook and Employment Policies
20. Data Protection.
21.Termination of Employment
22. Governing Law
23. Right to Work in the UK
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