The employment rights regulations that bring in the 52-week reference period for annual leave calculations (read more here) will also bring into force a ‘day-one right’ to written particulars of employment.
What are the Employment Particulars?
An employer must give employees a ‘written statement of employment particulars’ if their employment contract lasts at least a month or more. This is a different document to the employee’s standard employment contract, although it will include the main conditions of employment.
The regulations give a requirement to include:
Points to note
Currently, the written statement of particulars of employment is required to be provided to employees within two months of the employment start date for employees who have worked for more than one month.
From 6 April 2020, the written statement of particulars will be extended to all workers, which will now include those sometimes referred to as ‘Limb B’ workers, for example workers in the gig economy.
This has no bearing on self employed room/chair renters since they.
Go here for more information on the written statement of employment particulars.