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Statutory particulars definition

What does Statutory particulars mean?

The statutory minimum terms that an employer must evidence in writing to an employee as part of the employment relationship.

The Employment Rights Act 1996, s 1 specifies that an employer must confirm in writing to the employee the statutory minimum terms upon which he is employed, such as the name of the parties, the date when the employment began, scale of pay, terms and conditions relating to hours of work and holiday, notice period etc..


Discover our 2 Practice Notes on Statutory particulars

Statutory particulars is referenced 1 in UK Parliament Acts

Statutory particulars is referenced 1 in Halsbury's Laws of England

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