terms of employment

terms of employment
terms of employment ˌterms of emˈployment noun HUMAN RESOURCES [plural]
another name for contract of employment

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terms of employment UK US noun [plural]
HR, WORKPLACE the details about an employee's job, pay, working hours, etc. that are in their contract of employment: »

The terms of employment are negotiable and could include secondment for a year.


The MD will have a contract setting out his or her powers and duties, and terms of employment.

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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