Security Employment Contract Letter
A security employment contract or a security employee employment letter why you need one today. I apologies for using both words ‘contract and the letter.’ Both are a single document that serves a dual purpose as a; ‘ contractual agreement between the security company/employer and the security guard/employee.’ It’s also called a ‘letter,’ because it’s sent via mail or email from the ‘employer to the employee’ notifying them of their new employment!
Many new security companies start their business with the basics such as:
1. Security Company License
2. Security Company Website
3. Security Company Office
4. Or Standard Operating Procedures
But one crucial document most new security companies don’t add is ‘ security employment contract or letter’ to give their new employees.
Why You Need Security Employment Contract
It is important every new security company engage their security employee with a ‘ security employment letter’ right from the get-go.
Why is that so, and why do you even need to have a ‘security employment letter?’
Below are important reasons why
Pay: It states how much the employee will be paid (per hour, week, month or year). This section can also notify the security employee the payment instruments (Award or EBA) or agreements by which the security employer will be calculating their pay rates.
Location: It help’s the new security employee know the exact location/site the security company will want them to work. Sometimes the security company may require the employee work in multiple sites.
Hours: The security employment contract will also state the number of hours per shift, week or month that the employee is required to work within their contract.
Employment conditions: This is an important part of the ‘ security employment contract.’ This part states the employment conditions, such as annual leave, entitlements, responsibilities the notice period for termination of employment etc.
Terms and conditions: This section list the behavioral’s or actions of the employee that is expected or would not be condoned, which could lead to employment suspension or termination.
As you can see from the above points, the employment contract letter is essential for any employer or business to have the moment they start their business and employing new staff.
More Reasons Why You Need the Security Employment Contract Letter:
It helps the employer to have a written agreement with the employee
The employment contract serves as a legal document before the courts or any workers relations tribunals
It helps the employee understand the security company expectations, cultures and vision
It helps dispels any ambiguity in regards to employee-pay etc.
It helps the employer/business look legitimate before the employee and other stakeholders
It serves as a performance benchmark for the employee and for the security business to refer to where any breaches to the terms and conditions have been broken
It makes the job of HR easier in dealing with any misconduct or performance issues from the employee.
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- Important documents that your security hire company needs
- Importance of inducting and training your security employees
What Next to do?
If your security business doesn’t have a security employment letter or contract, I will encourage you to create one for your business. They are easy to make, and it helps your business and employee understand the exact relationship you both have.
‘Security’ in this article means, any person working in the security industry; whether as a security guard, bodyguard/close personal protection, private investigator, security installer etc.
Where we Can Help Your Business
In case you find it difficult to create employee employment contract on your own, or you simply don’t have the time to create one, then we can help you.
We offer a free Employment Contract as part of our package in our shop. Simply visit our store and see which of our packages can be of help to your security business.
This employment letter is easy to edit whether your business is in the security industry or outside security. All you need to do is this:
– Add your company names
– Add new employee names
– Add the pay rates for your employee
– Add employment conditions (casual, full or part-time)
You can choose to edit ‘security’ to the particular industry your business operates in. We have written terms and other conditions, but you can go through them, remove or add what you think might aply to your business, state, territory, or country legislations or acts.
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