When the employee is simply trained for the job, this is often only seen as a benefit to the company and not to the employee. In this case, it could be considered unfair and therefore illegal to bind them. However, if the employee obtains through the training a formal qualification or equivalent ability recognized throughout the sector, which is clearly an advantage for himself, the company has a valid case to hire the employee, to derive value from the expenses and investments he has made. The staff training contract is the agreement between the trainer and the trainee, the trainer being the employer and the apprentice of the workers. This agreement ensures that after the training, the worker works in return in the position he has agreed with the employer and that the employer meets all the requirements. Employers often want to fund the continuing education and development of their employees for the benefit of both. In these cases, our team is often asked about the legal aspect of an employee`s attachment to the company, whether it is legal and what deadlines are acceptable We offer 2 loyalty agreements in the Employers Toolbox Library section for free for members. These can also be purchased separately on our website for non-members. Unfortunately, the answer is not always as simple as we would like. Sure, companies can get an employee to sign a commitment agreement and feel pretty protected in that way, but the test is really whether that agreement is enforceable when it`s reviewed by the courts, and it`s always a case-by-case decision. P.O. Box Management Institute 2987-00100, represented by Mr. Saman Kinh, duly mandated Regional Director, is referred to there as «the Institute» and includes the Institute of Management or «Employer», as it was established today or from time to time during the implementation of this Agreement And the Employer having felt the need to enter into a one-year five-month agreement, valid on 12 September 2016, transferring to the worker all costs related to the employer`s training and career development.
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