Terms of contract of employment
Contracts of employment by their nature must contain terms specifying points on which parties have agreed to work. So long as these terms exist, it really does not matter whether they are made orally by conduct or by writing. In general terms of a contract are both a function of statute and contract of employment itself. Terms of employment can either be express and implied.
This refers to those specifications or stipulations agreed upon by the employers and the workers or employee during the negotiation of the contract. These terms are usually in written form.
These are terms incorporated into a contract by law although the parties have not expressly agreed on them. A statute like the labour code and common law may create obligations that would be implied on the parties. Click here if you need more information on the Terms of the contract of employment in Cameroon
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