Individual Employment Agreements
Individual Employment Agreements
Our premier guide contains an overview on the most common form of employment agreement including information on the minimum terms that must be included in all individual employment agreements.
An individual employment agreement “IEA” is an employment agreement entered into by one employer and one employee who is not bound by a collective agreement. Where there is a collective agreement in force and the work the employee is to do is caught by the coverage clause and the employee is a union member they will be covered by the collective agreement. For employees who are not union members their terms and conditions of employment will comprise those of the collective for the first 30 days, see page 7 below. Also refer to the A-Z Guide on Collective Employment Agreements.
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