2. TERM OF EMPLOYMENT
Not every employee agreement will include this, because there may not be a set employment period. However, when there is, it is important to note the start and end date of the employment. The end date can be a specific date, a renewal date, or simply be until the agreement is terminated.
3. SALARY OR HOURLY PAY
This section entails how much money the employee is earning. For hourly employees, it should include the pay rate and whether the employee is part-time or full-time. For salaried employees, it should include the salary amount as well as when pay periods occur.
What employee benefits does the employer offer? Things like health insurance, retirement plans, and paid leave may be offered. If benefits are only available after a certain time frame, such as a probationary period, it should be noted.
5. THE ABILITY TO TERMINATE FOR CAUSE
The employer is able to terminate employment if needed. Employees can face this if they get caught doing things such as lying, stealing, leaking confidential information, and more. If this happens, the employer is not required to give the employee notice.