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Which one of the following is normally implied into a contract
A A duty to provide a reference
B A duty to provide work
C A duty to pay reasonable remuneration
D An employee’s duty to disclose their own misconduct
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Actually above question is from Kaplan text and it is answer is C but I’m confuse that option A & B also are implied terms in employment contract then why answer is only C.
please help me in this question i’m very thankful to you.
I put into my browser ’employers duty to provide work’ and this came up!
NB: The general common law rule is that in under most contracts of employment the employer is not under a duty to provide work. The employer normally has no greater obligation to the employee than the payment of wages. That is, the duty to provide remuneration exists whether or not the employee is required to do work.