London, W1J 9BR United Kingdom
LD: 723940 LONDON
This is Agreement is reached between THE RITZ HOTEL LONDON hereby referred to as the First Party or Employer xxxxx xxxxx hereby referred to as the Second Party or Employee. The Parties of this agreement have agreed to the terms and condition stated below.
The employee xxxxx xxxxx accepted the position of xxxxxx at THE RITZ HOTEL LONDON.
Your employment will commence on xx/xx/2012.
Your Probation Period will be one (1) week from the date of commencement. The employer may extend the probation period at its sole discretion.
The employer, THE RITZ HOTEL LONDON, will cover cost of training.
The employee is entitled to a basic monthly salary of the sum of £2,950GBP which is two thousand nine hundred and fifty GBP which is the net salary, excluding other employer's benefits.
The employee is entitled to travel and relocation allowance which must be paid by the employer before resumption of duty.
Any bonus or declarations of bonus shall be made at the sole and absolute discretion of the Employer in determining the amount of bonus the employer shall consider your work performance, amongst other factors.
Your performance will be reviewed periodically and the employer shall make adjustments to your salary as it sees fit.
The employee is entitled to Meal, Transportation and Accommodation allowances respectively throughout the period of employment.
The employee working hours is an average of forty two (42) hours per week. You are entitled to one hour of lunch break every day.
You may be required to work beyond the normal working hours to discharge your duties at the sole discretion of the employer.
The employer reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to revise, amend or extend the working hours should the need arise.
Besides the gazette public holidays, you are entitled to thirty (30) days paid annual leave upon the completion of one year's service from the date of confirmation of your employment. Pro-rated annual leave before the completion of one year's service is at the sole discretion of the employer.
During the probation period, you are not entitled to any leave.
You cannot carry forward any unutilized annual leave to the next year. Any leave balance at the end of the calendar year shall be forfeited.
All leave applications must be made in writing and at least seven (7) days in advance and shall be approved at the absolute discretion of the employer.
During the probationary period, either party may terminate the contract by giving two (2) week's notice or the equivalent of two (2) week's salary in lieu of notice.
Upon confirmation of your employment, either party may terminate the contract by giving one (1) month's notice or one (1) month's salary in lieu of notice.
The employer, however, has the right to give immediate notice before terminating your services if you are guilty of misdemeanor, misconduct, negligence or breach of any of the terms of this Letter of Appointment.
Your obligations to maintain confidentiality and secrecy shall apply after your employment until such time that the information is no longer confidential or has been made public by the employer.
You shall not without prior written consent of the employer destroy, make copies, duplicate or reproduce in any form the employer's confidential information.
You shall not disclose to any third party any confidential information obtained during your course of employment unless expressly authorized by the employer.
The employee is under obligation to abide by the United Kingdom Laws while in London.
This Letter of Appointment shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of England.
The employer will pay for the Flight Ticket and Visa (IF APPLICABLE) of employee. The employee is only required to pay for his/her Work Permit, National Insurance, Workers Registration Scheme (W.R.S) and Foreign Affairs Certification.
Please confirm your acceptance of the above terms and conditions by signing and returning to us scanned copy of this Letter within two (2) days from the date of this Letter.
HR Administrator Applicants Name & Signature
Rebecca M. Fowler, B.A. LL.B