5. Right to a written contract

(1) An Employee may only be employed pursuant to a written contract of employment which must be written in English and signed by both the Employer and the Employee.
(2) The Employer shall give to each Employee a copy of the written contract of employment that has been signed by both the Employer and the Employee. The written contract of employment shall be provided to the Employee not later than two months after the commencement of the employment.
(3) The Employer is responsible for ensuring that any Employee who does not have sufficient competency in the written English language understands the terms of the contract of employment before signing it.
(4) The contract of employment shall include as a minimum —
(a) the names of the Employer and Employee;
(b) the date when the employment began;
(c) the Employee's wages;
(d) the applicable Pay Period;
(e) any terms and conditions relating to hours or days of work;
(f) any terms and conditions relating to —
(i) vacation leave and vacation pay, national holidays and pay for such national holidays; and
(ii) sick leave and sick pay;
(g) the length of notice that the Employee and the Employer is obliged to give and is entitled to receive to terminate the employment;
(h) the title of the Employee's job or a brief description of the Employee's work;
(i) where the employment is not intended to be for an indefinite duration, the period for which it is expected to continue or, if it is a fixed term, the date when it is to end;
(j) the place of work;
(k) any disciplinary rules and/or grievance procedures applicable to the Employee; and
(l) any other matter that may be prescribed by the Board by rules.
(5) An Employer shall expressly state in writing in the contract of employment those matters relating to the employment of the Employee that shall be subject to the Employer's policies (if any) which may be changed at the Employer's discretion from time to time by way of a written notice to the Employee.