A condition of employment refers to something that both the employee and employer agree to at the beginning of a worker’s employment. Examples of items that might be brought up when discussing conditions of employment include dress code, number of vacation days, hours worked each day, break policies, work-related responsibilities and number of sick days. These conditions can also encompass certain benefits such as retirement plans and health insurance coverage. A condition may also include a contract that states that an employee is given employment for a certain length of time so long as the employee does not violate the terms of the contract. Workers with more valuable workplace skills are more likely to be able to negotiate better employment conditions.
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