HR Terminology Conditions of Employment

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What are the conditions of employment?

A condition of employment is something that an employer and employee both go to agree on when someone starts their job role. A condition can also be rules, procedures and stipulations that employees are required to part of their contract.

Not following these conditions of employment can lead to disciplinary procedures or dismissal.

Examples of conditions of employment:


  • An example of conditions of employment can be a dress code, so having an agreement between the employer and employee on having a professional dress code.
  • Another example could be the number of sick days or holidays that the employees can take off.
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