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What is Employees

People who regard themselves as paid employees. People with two or more jobs are counted only once.

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This is a person who is under a contract of employment (verbal or written) to do work for a salary.

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Trademark Licence
Use this Trademark Licence to grant a user your permission to use your trademark
Price: £17.99
Data Protection Policy
This policy sets out employees’ rights and duties concerning the Data Protection Act
Price: £18.99
Directors Guarantee Letter
Get one of the directors to guarantee you get your money if the business can't pay
Price: £9.99
Termination Agreement
Use this document to agree how the employee/ employer relationship and contract will end
Price: £27.99

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