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Matters regulated by a contract of employment

    (1)     A contract of employment between a member of the Principal Class and the Secretary may contain provisions concerning some or all of the terms and conditions of employment including—

        (a)     the duties of the member's position (including performance criteria for the purpose of reviews of the member's performance);

        (b)     accountability requirements, including specifying any person to whom the member is responsible in respect of specified matters;

        (c)     the monetary remuneration and employment benefits for the member (including the nomination of the amount of the remuneration package, if a range of amounts has been specified by Ministerial Order for the remuneration package);

        (d)     the date on which it expires;

        (e)     payment of any performance-related incentive allowance;

        (f)     hours of duty;

        (g)     transfer to any other on-going position in the teaching service including a position of a lesser class or grade if the member's contract of employment is terminated;

        (h)     termination of the contract upon notice by the member;

              (i)     the procedures to be followed to prevent or settle claims, disputes or grievances that arise during the currency of the contract.

    (2)     A contract of employment may provide for any matter to be determined—

        (a)     by further agreement between the parties; or

        (b)     by further agreement between the member and some other person specified in the contract; or

        (c)     by the Minister or some other person or body specified in the contract.

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