conditions of employment


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conditions of employment

that part of an employment that sets out the duties, responsibilities, hours of work, salary, leave and other privileges to be enjoyed by persons employed, for example a veterinary nurse, in private practice. Most professional organizations provide a pro forma of such an agreement.
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3) Conditions of employment that are subject to negotiation include:
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