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Employment Contract for Part-Timers
Hi HR practitioners,
I would like to find out whether is it compulsory to issue employment contracts for “part-time” staff?
Yes, if the employee is covered under the Employment Act.
It is compulsory to issue employment contracts for “part-time” staff.
Part-time staff are on your payroll and also engaged to do services as agreed [hrs worked / nature of work/location, etc].
The employment contract is a binding agreement between your company and the employee [terms & conditions]
Yes. It is illegal to hire without a valid contract and employment terms.
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