Employers and Manufacturers Association (EMA) Northern - Guides and Templates

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EMA provides guides and sample forms on employment relations and business issues. Included is our premier A-Z of Employing series of guides.
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This is a sample Casual Employment Agreement. It is intended for employees who work on an 'as and when required' basis.
File size: 87 KB
Date issued: 15 Mar 2017
This is a Sample Parental Leave Cover Clause. It describes the requirements for parental leave coverage and is meant to be used in conjunction with our Sample Fixed Term Agreement. It is written in simple language for easy understanding.
File size: 67.5 KB
Date issued: 13 Mar 2015
This is a Sample Permanent Agreement which meets the required standards set down in the Employment Relations Act 2000. It is written in simple language for easy understanding.
File size: 101 KB
Date issued: 12 Oct 2017
This is a Sample Trial Period Clause. The use of such a clause may allow an employer to terminate an employee's employment within the first 90 days with reduced risk of a personal grievance. NOTE: Please consult EMA Advice before using this clause.
File size: 59 KB
Date issued: 12 Oct 2017

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This is a sample "Application for Employment" form that shows what potential questions can be asked under relevant privacy and human rights laws.
File size: 126.7 KB
Date issued: 27 Oct 2016
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