Customised Employment

What is Customised Employment ?

‘Customised Employment’ is the term used to tweak and change the employment contract to appease both the employer and the employee. It usually takes place once the employee is under the onboarding process.

Some of the common changes include change of responsibilities to better suit the employee’s abilities or even sharing the responsibilities with another employee to better balance the work.

It was originally meant to be used with employees who have some form of disabilities. However, as more and more employers started realizing its impact on the employee receiving the benefits, they have also become keen on opening up the benefit to mainstream employees too.

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