Odoo Employee Contract Management
How to Utilize Employee Contract Management in Odoo 14

Odoo Employee Contract Management

A signed agreement between an employee and an employer is known as an employment contract. Employee contracts include information such as working hours, compensation rates, and obligations. You may update the workflow and assist HR personnel in creating contracts with business policies and applying unique terms using the OdooV14 Employee contract module.

Contract details, employee name, department, employment position, contract terms, employee compensation structure, contract duration, working schedule, and work permit details, among other things, can be configured in an employee contract. When someone takes on the job of managing contracts for employees, vendors, or other parties, this is known as contract management.

Employee contract management is the process of creating and managing a contract throughout its lifecycle, from creation to auditing and versioning. Odoo simplifies the process of creating an employment contract for an employer or the HR department of a company. By selecting the employee and the department, a contract can be formed. Odoo 14 allows users to manage employee contracts in the same way.

Employee contracts are simple to design in Odoo. To calculate each employee's payslip, an employment contract is required. You can assign the contract straight to the employee by selecting the "Employee," "Department," and other basic details from the window. Odoo will automatically fill up fields such as department, job title, and so on if you have already submitted personnel information.

We'll talk about "Employee Contract Management in Odoo 14" in this blog. The user can choose numerous employees and construct a contract for them by selecting their wage and contract type in this module.

Now let's look at how to use Odoo Employee Contract management.

To begin, you'll need to add the employee module to your database.
When a new employee joins our organization, you must draft a contract for him that includes his wage, salary structure, working hours, start date, and other details. You can begin creating contracts from the first stage, which is employee creation.
To create a new employee, go to Employees Module -> Employees and click the Create button.
Employee Name, Department, Job Position, Work Mobile, Work Phone, Work Email, Work Location, Company Name, and so on can now be entered.
After successfully creating the employee, simply select the ‘Contracts' button in the employee profile to create the contract. Click the Contract button in the Employee module -> Employee ->
Contract Type: Employee, laborer, subcontractor, and other employment kinds are indicated in this area.
Contract Type: Employee, laborer, subcontractor, and other types of employment are indicated in this area.
You can now fill in the following information: Contract Reference, Employee Name, Department, Job Position, Contract Type, Salary Structure, and Other Information before clicking the Save button.
Structure of Salary Basic Salary, Gross Salary, and Net Salary are the three types of salaries. The salary structure is determined by one or more elements, such as the employee's level, rank, or status.
You can enter each employee's monthly salary under Salary Information.
Fill in all needed areas, such as Structure Type, Country, Wage Type, Default Scheduled Pay, Default Working Hours, and Default Work Entry Type, and then click Save.
You can now build a new salary structure for the employee by clicking the structure button in the right corner.
After pressing the structure button, you may construct the employee's salary structure. Now you can fill in the following information, such as whether the payment will be made monthly, quarterly, or annually. After that, choose the salary rule that best suits your needs and standards.
By pressing the salary rule button at that moment, you can create new salary rules. After you've completed all of the information tabs, click the Save & Close button. 
Now you'll want to include the timing for each day of the week, as well as Contract Terms like the start date, termination date, trial period end date, working schedule, and scheduled salary.
Start Date: The start date of the contract is indicated in this column.
End Date: The contract's end date is indicated in this area.
End of Trial Period: This field shows when the contract trial period will come to an end.
Working Schedule: This section shows the employees' day-to-day working hours and global vacation time. These phrases will be taken into account while preparing the payslip.

The salary payment period is defined by the schedule pay. It can be used on a monthly, quarterly, semi-annually, annual, weekly, bi-weekly, or bi-monthly basis.
 You may fill in all the information of the Contract Terms under the Contract details page, such as the start date, end date, end of the trial period, working schedule, HR Responsible, new contract document template, and so on.
You can fill out all of the salary specifics, such as wage type, wage, and so on, under the Salary Information tab.

Conclusion: Odoo Employee Contract Management

This blog highlights the key features of Odoo's employee contract management and how they allow users to easily establish and manage employee contracts.

Employee contract management is included as part of Odoo's Employee module. Contract management with Odoo is simple, and it benefits you in a variety of ways, such as guaranteeing regular monitoring of agreements and their expiration dates. With only a few clicks, the employee module automates and documents contracts.

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Odoo, Moe Fawaz 24 September, 2021
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