A job loan or a contract may have the conditions, for example. B the period during which an employee must work with the company before that period, the employee cannot leave the organization, and many more things can be mentioned in a loan, such as the date on which the salary or compensation and fees are released. Other conditions and allowances, such as mobile phones, transport facilities, must be provided or not, and if it is there, how all this is paid. How to maintain presence and punctuality. If a worker arrives late two or three times a week, salary is deducted, if a worker takes unauthorized leave, then serious action is taken, the wage package/worker`s pay is mentioned: the incentive criteria, the name on which the employee is named, all of this should be clearly mentioned in the terms of the work obligation contract An interesting case of the 2008 Ontario Superior Court of Justice raises three important points for newly hired pilots (Chartright Air Inc. De Paoli, 2008 CanLII 47468 (ON SC). First, pilots (particularly pilots in orders) should perform their own due diligence with respect to the employer and other flight crew members hired by the employer before signing training obligations. Second, if flight crew members are angry, pilots should submit formal written complaints to the employer as soon as they occur and clearly explain the alleged misconduct. Employers should send a written response to pilots and provide their staff with a safe environment. Third, pilots must understand that not all situations in which a flight crew member cannot reach an agreement with another flight crew member will not be the terrain of constructive dismissal. Chartright Air Inc. De Paoli is a great example.
Training obligations are often used by air carriers to recruit and/or retain their flight crew. This legal agreement is quite simple; the air transport operator pays for the flight training of the newly recruited pilot (i.e. pilot proficiency check) and requires, given that the pilot generally provides for a period of employment under a formal employment contract. If the pilot resigns before the expiry of the agreed term in the employment contract, the pilot must reimburse the flight training costs on a pro-rata basis defined in the agreement. And the employer felt the need to conclude a five-month, one-year agreement, valid from September 12, 2016, by making the employee bear all the costs of training and career development of the employer. This case shows how fundamental it is for cabin crew members to remain professional in their work environment; not only at the time of flight, but also when it comes to the operator`s management team.