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  • Documents - Letter appointing a disciplinary investigation manager
    Letter appointing a disciplinary investigation managerWhere disciplinary allegations are made against an employee, the first stage is to appoint a manager to conduct an investigation, the purpose of which is to ascertain whether or not there is a potential disciplinary case for the employee to answer. Use our letter to do this.Role of the investigating officerIn order to comply with the Acas Code of Practice on Disciplinary and Grievance Procedures it's important that, before moving to the disciplinary hearing...
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  • Newsletter - Increase in the holiday pay reference period
    On 6 April 2020 the holiday pay reference period, which is used to calculate holiday pay for staff who have variable remuneration, will be increased from twelve to 52 weeks. What does this mean for our Holidays Policy?
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  • Newsletter - New rights for workers
    On 6 April 2020 the statutory right to receive a written statement of employment particulars will be extended to workers. In light of this change, we’ve updated our Casual Worker Agreement. What’s new?
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  • Newsletter - Advice on the annual NMW rate increases
    If you employ any staff who are paid the national minimum or national living wage (NMW/NLW), it’s good practice to advise them about the annual rate increases in writing. How can you do this quickly and easily?
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  • Newsletter - The new requirements for written statements
    From 6 April 2020, all new employees must receive a written statement by day one of employment. It must also include some additional mandatory information. What have we changed in our Written Statement of Employment Particulars?
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  • Newsletter - Ensuring compliance with statutory requirements
    If any of the mandatory terms in a written statement of employment particulars change, you must provide a statement explaining them within one month. How can you provide this information?
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  • Newsletter - Agency workers: repeal of the Swedish derogation
    The so-called “Swedish derogation” for agency workers will be repealed on 6 April 2020. What will this mean in practice for temp agencies and hirers and does it have any impact on our Agency Workers Policy?
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  • Newsletter - Inaccurate or incomplete personal data
    The GDPR gives individuals the right to make a request to you for the rectification of their personal data. They can do this by completing our new GDPR Rectification of Data Request Form. What does rectification mean in practice?
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  • Newsletter - Q&A - lowering the NLW age threshold
    Q&A - lowering the NLW age threshold..Q. When will the age threshold for the national living wage (NLW) be lowered? A. Under current proposals, the NLW age threshold will be lowered to apply to workers aged 23 and over from April 2021. It will then be lowered again to apply to workers aged 21 and over from 2024. This follows recommendations made by the Low Pay Commission and it is expected to benefit around four million low-paid workers. The government has also pledged to raise the NLW to two thirds of...
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  • Newsletter - Q&A - how do we detail the benefits?
    Q&A - how do we detail the benefits?..Q. What level of detail must we give about benefits in the written statement and can we refer to other documents? A. The legislation doesn’t specify the level of detail that’s required in relation to other benefits, or indeed in to any of the other new categories of information. There’s also no official guidance on this point yet. We recommend that you focus on providing sufficient key information to enable the employee to understand what they’re entitled to,...
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