Principal Statement of Terms And Conditions
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PRINCIPAL STATEMENT OF TERMS AND CONDITIONS - ZERO HOURS
I am pleased to confirm your appointment as «Posttitle» with <Company>. This document outlines the Terms and
Conditions which apply to your contract and other information which is relevant to your employment.
1. The commencement date of this contract is «xx/xx/xxxx».
2. You agree to be available for work, should <Company> offer you work. However, <Company>
has no obligation to offer you work at any time, and you are not entitled to a minimum number of
hours of work per day, week or year.
3. If <Company> does offer you work, you are required to accept and complete it to the
organisation's satisfaction. Where <Company> offers work to you, it does not give rise to a
presumption that it will offer you any further work.
4. A minimum of five days prior to the commencement of a work assignment, <Company> will
contact you to explain the work that it requires you to carry out and the date on which the work is
due to start. You should confirm your availability at least two working days before the start date to
the manager who notified you of the work.
5. Your date of commencement of continuous service with <Company> or its subsidiaries is
6. Your base will be «Base», however the Company reserves the right, with appropriate consultation
with you, to change your base should the needs of the Company require this.
7. You will be subject to the terms and conditions as agreed and amended from time to time by the
Company as outlined in its policies, procedures, handbooks and other relevant documents.
8. The pay grade for this post is «Grade» and you will be paid an hourly rate of £[ ]. Your pay will be
calculated according to the number of hours that you work.
9. If the Company makes an overpayment to you to which you are not entitled, or is more than that
to which you are entitled, you agree to allow the Company to recover the overpayment by
deductions from your salary or other payments due to you. Any deductions will normally be made
over the same period that the overpayment was made. It is in your interests to regularly check
your pay slips.
10. In addition to your salary you will receive the following allowance: «Type of allowance» of £XXX
per annum pro rata depending on the hours you work.
11. You will be paid «weekly / fortnightly / monthly» on «description of pay date – e.g. last working
day of the month» in arrears to a bank account of your choice.
12. You are entitled to 5.6 weeks pro rata holiday per leave year, including bank and other public
holidays. Your entitlement to annual leave will be calculated on a pro rata basis depending on the
number of hours that you actually work. Your manager will keep a running record of your accrued
annual leave. Holidays may be taken only at times approved in advance by your manager in line