The Basic Conditions of Employment Act requires that employers give workers certain details of their employment in writing. these details include clauses that regulates leave, working hours, employment conditions, deductions, pay slips, and termination

Written Particulars of Employment

At the start of employment, employers must give workers a document containing the following information…

Based on Legislation in Section 29, of the Basic Conditions of Employment Act

Employer and Worker Details

  • Employer’s full name
  • Employer’s address
  • Worker’s name
  • Worker’s occupation, or a brief description of the work (we recommend an agreed job description)

Employment Details

  • Place/s of work
  • Date of employment
  • Working hours and days of work

Payment Details

  • Salary or wage, or the rate and method of calculating wages
  • Rate for overtime
  • Any other cash payments
  • Any payments in kind and their value
  • Frequency of payment
  • Any deductions

Leave Details

  • Any leave to which the worker is entitled

Notice/Contract Period

  • Period of notice required for termination; or
  • Period of contract