Employees who work reasonable hours, who feel secure in their employment, and who are afforded adequate time off are more likely to thrive physically, emotionally, and mentally – in and outside work.
Fair employment terms are about respecting an employee’s rights, needs, and wellbeing within and beyond work. Such terms include right of association (e.g. the right to join – or refrain from joining – a union), right to reasonable working hours, right to leisure (e.g. holiday entitlements and overtime pay) and right to parental leave.
Note that fair compensation is covered separately by the goal Employees are paid at least a living wage.