AN EMPLOYER HAVING NO OBLIGATION TO DRAW UP WORK
REGULATIONS AND HIS EXPANDED INFORMATION
OBLIGATION (ART. 29 § 3 OF THE LABOUR CODE)
In accordance with Art. 29 § 3 of the Labour Code, every employer must inform the employee in writing, not later than seven days from the date of the contract of employment, of the following work details: 1) the employee’s applicable standard daily and weekly working time, 2) frequency of payment for the work, 3) the duration of annual leave, 4) the length of the period of notice, 5) a collective agreement, under which the employee is covered. These categories of information are transmitted to the employee under the basic information obligation. In addition, under this provision, when the employer is not required to establish work regulations, they should also inform the employees about the night time hours of work, place, date and time of payment of wages, and adopted method of confirming the arrival and presence of employees at work and regulations to justify absences from work. In the article, the author examines the scope of the obligation to provide information about some of the conditions of employment, forms and ways of communicating this information to the employee and the legal nature of the written information about some of the conditions of employment.