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Section 29 of the Basic Conditions of Employment Act (“BCEA”)

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Written particulars of employment

An employer must supply an employee, when the employee commences employment, with the following particulars in writing-

1. The full name and address of the employer;

2. The name and occupation of the employee, or a brief description of the work for which the employee is employed;

3. The place of work, and, where the employee is required or permitted to work at various places, an indication of this;

4. The date on which the employment began;

5. The employee’s ordinary hours of work and days of work;

6. The employee’s wage or the rate and method of calculating wages;

7. The rate of pay for overtime work;

8. Any other cash payments that the employee is entitled to;

9. Any payment in kind that the employee is entitled to and the value of the payment in kind;

10. How frequently remuneration will be paid;

11. Any deductions to be made from the employee’s remuneration;

12. The leave to which the employee is entitled;

13. The period of notice required to terminate employment, or if employment is for a specified period, the date when employment is to terminate;

14. A description of any council or sectoral determination which covers the employer’s business;

15. Any period of employment with a previous employer that counts towards the employee’s period of employment;

16. A list of any other documents that form part of the contract of employment, indicating a place that is reasonably accessible to the employee where a copy of each may be obtained.

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