- the address of the employer;
- the expected place of work, including all the locations (i.e. the addresses, if more than one); and
- details of any work abroad lasting for more than a month.
The precise location may become important at some stages of employment, for example, when working out whether your employer is legally entitled to ask you to work in a different workplace, in determining who is at risk of redundancy if a work location is to be closed, or when taking industrial action (i.e. where picketing can take place).