(1) Where [a worker] begins employment with an employer, the employer shall give to [the worker] a written statement of particulars of employment.
[(2) Subject to sections 2(2) to (4)—
(a) the particulars required by subsections (3) and (4) must be included in a single document; and
(b) the statement must be given not later than the beginning of the employment.]
(3) The statement shall contain particulars of—
(a) the names of the employer and [worker],
(b) the date when the employment began, and
(c) [in the case of a statement given to an employee,] the date on which the employee's period of continuous employment began (taking into account any employment with a previous employer which counts towards that period).
(4) The statement shall also contain particulars, as at a specified date not more than seven days before the statement [(or the instalment of a statement given under section 2(4) containing them)] is given, of—
(a) the scale or rate of remuneration or the method of calculating remuneration,
(b) the intervals at which remuneration is paid
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