By Beresford Palmer on September 08 2019 06:28:34
The employer needs to know the complete address of the employee for a number of reasons. One is for payroll purposes. Setting up an account for a person requires him to provide his address. Another reason is that if something wrong happens, they would know where to locate him or his family. The company also needs an employees address so that they can be certain of his identity. And another reason would be for mailing of anything necessary purposes.
When employment starts, so does the employer-employee relationship. This type of relationship is defined by the kind of contract the employee has in the company. It revolves around the things they talk about and disclose to each other before the start of the employment. And before such employment, it is necessary that the company has certain basic information about the employee. This is basically for accountability purposes and for the sake of having a complete and uniform record of all employees.
Once employed, the employee usually fills out an employee form that he needs to fill out with the information requested. An employee form template would normally look like a form with the name of the company on top, and a title stating New Employee Form. An employee form template would normally ask for the name of the person, his department or his position title. Those information are necessary so that from the list of many employees of the company, each one may be identified from the other. Part of the template would be the complete address of the employee.
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