I for InformationPosted in : Essential Guide to Employment Contracts on 8 March 2011
Kiera Lee, writes:
The exchange of information is one of the basic principles that allow any relationship to function and it is particularly important between employer and employee. The regular exchange of information and communication is essential to ensure the efficient running of a workplace and the process of communication itself provides an opportunity to make the difference between a happy and efficient workforce and one that feels unheard and is consequently under-motivated.
There is certain information that an employer is legally obliged to provide, for example, a statement of employment particulars, welfare and health and safety arrangements and a
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