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The Principal Statement of Employment

Although it is not legally necessary for employees to confirm that they have received the Principal Statement of Employment, or other written documents, (work rules etc become part of the contract of employment once they have been given to the employee).

 It is advisable to invite the employee to sign a statement saying they have read and understood the rules, which apply in their case in order to prevent disagreement between the parties in the future. If they refuse to sign, simply make a note in a diary, or in their personnel record file, giving the date the employee was given the statement.

Published: 24 Mar 2011

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