Presentation on theme: "Year 10 Business Studies Employment Contracts 3 rd Dec 2009."— Presentation transcript:
Year 10 Business Studies Employment Contracts 3 rd Dec 2009
Employment Contacts Source: bbc.co.uk “Veteran Derby County midfielder Robbie Savage says he is thrilled to have signed a new contract which keeps him at Pride Park until 2011” www.bbc.co.ukwww.bbc.co.uk (10 August 2009)
Learning Objectives By the end of the lesson, students will be able to: Describe why contracts of employment exist and what key terms you would expect to find in one Describe the process if one side doesn’t stick to the contract
Why Should You Care? When you get a job, what are you actually signing up to? What can you do if your employer breaks their contract with you?
What have you learned today? That a contract of employment is a legal document with legal consequences if the employer or employee breaks it What you should expect to find in your contract of employment
End of Unit Project You will work in teams to plan for setting up a new company with a small workforce (between 5 and 20 people) – e.g. restaurant, shop, software company, garage etc. Your job will be to think through and plan for all the key HR factors to ensure your new venture is a success You have three lessons to work on the project + homework time At the end, materials will be displayed on the wall of 215
The Teams Team A Andrew Bruce Emma Hannah Harry Olly Team C Aimee Brett Daniel Krystal Sam Spencer Team B Alistair Carl Grace Nick Zara