Contracts of employment
The law specifies that contracts of employment must contain certain items and your employer must give you your terms of employment in written form.
Changes to your contract of employment may occur in a number of ways. Find out how these changes can occur and what your rights and entitlements are as set down by law.
Employees on fixed-term contracts generally have the same employment rights as employees on open-ended contracts.
Employees on zero-hours contracts have certain rights under the Organisation of Working Time Act 1997.
Protection given to an employee when the business he/she works for is transferred to a new owner
In certain circumstances your employer may ask for a reduction of your working hours or pay. This is a change to your contract of employment.