Contract of employment

Contract of employment,

Definition of Contract of employment:

  1. Oral or written, express or implied, agreement specifying terms and conditions under which a person consents to perform certain duties as directed and controlled by an employer in return for an agreed upon wage or salary. Whether stated or not in the contract, both the employee and the employer owe the duty of mutual confidence and trust, and to make only lawful and reasonable demands on each other. Every employee is under the obligation to carry assigned duties, or the employers instructions to the best of his or her abilities. The employer is under the obligation to protect the employee from harm or injury, and make fair compensation for any loss or damage resulting from any job-related accident. Also called contract of service, it generally details the conditions under which it can be lawfully terminated by either party, and the correct procedure to be followed in its termination. See also conditions of employment and implied contract of employment.

  2. A contract between an employee and an employer, setting out the employees employment conditions, rights, responsibilities, and duties.

Meaning of Contract of employment & Contract of employment Definition