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Introduction to the Legislation

The Terms of Employment (Information) Act, 1994 - 2014 sets out 13 pieces of information which must be provided to an Employee by way of a written statement of terms and conditions of employment:

Minimum Terms and Conditions of Employment

  • The full names of the Employer and the Employee,
  • The address of the Employer in the State or, where appropriate, the address of the principal place of the relevant business of the Employer in the State or the registered office,
  • The place of work or, where there is no fixed or main place of work, a statement specifying that the Employee is required or permitted to work at various places,
  • The title of the job or nature of the work for which the Employee is employed,
  • The date of commencement of the Employee's contract of employment,
  • In the case of a temporary contract of employment, the expected duration thereof or, if the contract of employment is for a fixed term, the date on which the contract expires,
  • The rate or method of calculation of the Employee's remuneration,
  • The length of the intervals between the times at which remuneration is paid,