The different types of employment contracts Permanent – is a contract that has no defined termination date other than retirement at 65, permanent contracts are always more that a year Temporary is a contract that only last for a period of time (6months or less) this is normally done for a replacement of the staffs on maternity or sickness leave or on training. Part time is a contract that allows someone to work fewer hours than a full-time worker. There is no specific number of hours that makes someone full or part-time, but a part-time worker will usually work less than 35 hours a week.Agency contract exist between the agency worker and the agency, and a contract will also exist between the agency and the employing company. Due to the nature of agency work, the temp is not an employee of the company but an employee of the agency, there is No contract existing between the agency worker and the company they work in. The firm who hires you pays a fee to the agency, and the agency pays your wages.
The agency has to pay you even if the hiring company has not paid the agency.Full time is a contract that stated that workers must be able to work for a minimum of 32 hours per week, with no more than 7 weeks per year can be spent away from the business for vacation, holidays, illness, maternity/paternity, or any other reason B) Contract of employment is an agreement between the employee and the employer which is binding in law for a contract to be formed these must be look at, what the job is all about, the terms and conditions and the employee’s acceptance. As soon as that is the done the contract is formed.C) For a business the employ disable people they would need to abide to the Disability Discrimination Act 1995, which states that it’s unlawful to discriminate against people in respect of their disabilities in relation to employment, the provision of goods and services, education and transport. These are some of the Regulations that businesses have to abide to if they are employing Part-time employees Part-time Workers (Prevention of Less Favourable Treatment) Regulations 2000 (SI 2000/1551). The Regulations implement the EC directive on part-time work.
The Part-time Workers (Prevention of Less Favourable Treatment) Regulations 2000 (Amendment) Regulations 2002 (SI 2002/2035), These rights protect them from unfair dismissal or the right to have sick pay, pension, annual leave days, working hours with rest or lunch periods also right to maternity and paternity also that states that all employees are meant to be treated the same way. A part time worker has to know the exact working hours he is expected to do when they can take their brakes and days off.