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  • Newsletter - What are “annualised hours”?
    One type of flexible working option is where the employee works on an annualised hours basis. We’ve produced a new Annualised Hours Clause to cover this arrangement.
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  • Newsletter - Additional information in advance of disciplinary hearing
    We’ve made a number of improvements to our Notification of Disciplinary Hearing letter, with a view to providing the accused employee with further additional information. What have we added?
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  • Newsletter - Can an employee amend their flexible working request?
    An employee may submit an application for flexible working only to then change their mind about what they want. You can use our new letter to respond to their amendment request. What are your rights here?
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  • Newsletter - Clamping down on unnecessary or excessive expenses
    We’ve inserted some new provisions into our Reimbursement of Expenses Policy. They are designed to help you to keep a closer control on the expenses that staff may incur whilst undertaking legitimate business activities. What’s been added?
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  • Newsletter - The effect of a pay rise on statutory maternity pay
    During maternity leave, pay is replaced by statutory maternity pay (SMP) unless there’s an enhanced contractual scheme in operation. Our new letter addresses the effect of awarding a pay rise on an employee’s SMP. What does the law say here?
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  • Newsletter - Comparing shared parental leave with adoption leave
    The Employment Appeal Tribunal has now held that a man on shared parental leave (SPL) can’t compare himself to a woman on adoption leave. What are the implications for our Acknowledgement of Single Period of SPL letter?
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  • Newsletter - Unavoidable delay in a grievance investigation
    If there’s a genuine and unavoidable delay in your investigation into an employee’s grievance, they must be kept appraised of the position. You can do this by sending our new Delayed Grievance Investigation Letter. When might you need to use it?
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  • Newsletter - Q&A - enhanced maternity pay
    Q&A - enhanced maternity pay..Q. If we pay enhanced maternity pay during maternity leave under a contractual scheme, what is the effect on it if we award a pay rise? A.S.74Equality Act 2010 provides that any pay increase an employee receives (or would have received had they not been on maternity leave) must be taken into account in the calculation of their maternity-related pay if their employment contract doesn’t already provide for this. Where an employee receives contractual enhanced maternity pay ,...
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  • Newsletter - Q&A - changes to flexible working requests
    Q&A - changes to flexible working requests..Q. Rather than requesting an amendment to an existing flexible working application, can the employee withdraw their application and then submit a new one which incorporates their desired changes? A. An employee is able to withdraw a flexible working application at any time after it has been made. However, if they do so, they will then not be able to make another application under the statutory scheme for twelve months from the date on which their original application...
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  • Documents - Notice of absence management meeting
    Notice of absence management meetingIt's potentially fair to dismiss an employee because of an unsatisfactory attendance record caused by persistent but genuine short-term sickness absences, provided a proper procedure is followed which is fair and reasonable in all the circumstances and you act reasonably in treating the employee's poor attendance as a sufficient reason to dismiss them. Use our letter to kick start the formal process.Potentially fair dismissal reasonWhether the potentially fair reason for dismissal...
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