Test yourself

Below you will find the excerpts from contracts of employment. Label them with the appropriate headings listed in each case.

1.  (1 p.)
Your duties as … are as follows:

• Developing …
• Implementing …
• Conducting …
• Supervising …
• Increasing …
• Improving …
• Reporting to …

2.  (1 p.)
The parties hereto agree that the initial six (6) month period of this agreement is "probationary".

3.  (1 p.)

The Employee acknowledges that, in the course of performing and fulfilling his duties hereunder, he may have access to and be entrusted with confidential information concerning the present and contemplated financial status and activities of the Employer, the disclosure of any of which confidential information to competitors of the Employer would be highly detrimental to the interests of the Employer.

4.  (1 p.)
Besides the gazetted public holidays, the Employee is entitled to fourteen (14) days paid annual leave upon the completion of one year's service from the date of confirmation of the Employee’s employment.
The Employee is entitled to five (5) days of compassionate leave per calendar year upon the completion of the first year of service.

5.  (1 p.)
The Employee’s starting basic monthly salary will be £ … per month (…)
In addition, the Employee is entitled to receive benefits in accordance with the Employer's standard benefit package, as amended from time to time.

6.  (1 p.)

The Employee may terminate his employment at any time by providing the Employer with at least eight (8) weeks advance notice of his intention to resign.

7.  (1 p.)
The Company's working hours are Monday to Friday, from 9am to 6pm . The Employee is entitled to one hour of lunch break every day.

8.  (1 p.)
The employment of the Employee shall commence the date hereof and continue for an indefinite term until terminated in accordance with the provisions of this agreement.

9.  (1 p.)
The Employee must notify the Company and/or his/her immediate supervisor as soon as practicable if the Employee is unable to work for medical reasons. Such notice shall be given within the first four (4) hours of the working day.