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An Employment Contract is commonly known as a Contract Of Service. It spells out the rights and responsibilities between the employer and the employee.

An Employment Contract should stipulate the following:-
  • Start date of employment
  • Job title / appointment
  • Salary and payment of salary
  • CPF contribution
  • Working hours
  • Number of days of leave
  • Income tax
  • Employee benefits
  • Reasons for deductions of salary
  • Code of conduct
  • Conditions for termination of contract

When drafted correctly, employment contracts can:

  • Define terms of compensation
  • Define responsibilities of both employers and employees
  • Include effective non-competitive agreements and restrictive covenants
  • Specify process for dispute resolution
  • Specify ownership of employee’s work
  • Protect interests in licensing
  • Protect intellectual property

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