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  • Newsletter - Knowledge test for inducing breach of contract
    An employer has been found not to have induced a breach of contract where it recruited an employee having been advised that the previous employer’s restrictive covenants were unenforceable. What have we done to protect you?
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  • Newsletter - Flexible furlough: enabling a part-time return to work
    Furloughed employees can now return part time, but remain on furlough for the remainder of their unworked usual hours. Use our new letter to seek an employee’s consent to a flexible furlough arrangement. Why do you need it?
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  • Newsletter - Relocation costs agreement
    If you’re intending to contribute towards a new recruit’s or an existing employee’s home relocation expenses, consider asking them to sign our new Relocation Costs Agreement. What does it include and when should it be signed?
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  • Newsletter - What happens to staff on a purchase of company shares?
    If you buy an existing company via a share purchase you can use our new letter to write to all the employees of that company letting them know what’s happened. But must this letter be sent?
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  • Newsletter - Introducing staggered start times
    As part of making your workplace safe during the coronavirus pandemic, you might want to introduce staggered start times for staff. Use our new letter to seek an employee’s consent to your proposals. What’s in it?
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  • Newsletter - Disciplinary hearings and remote attendance
    With many employees now working from home or furloughed, you may need to consider holding some disciplinary hearings remotely, so we’ve amended our Disciplinary Procedure to permit this. What do you need to think about?
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  • Newsletter - Q&A - are relocation costs tax exempt?
    Q&A - are relocation costs tax exempt?..Q. What is the tax position on our payment towards an employee’s relocation costs? A. Certain relocation costs up to £8,000 (including VAT) are exempt from the reporting and paying of income tax and NI. These are called “qualifying” costs and include the costs of buying or selling a home, transporting belongings, travel/subsistence, and buying replacement domestic goods for a new home. They are only qualifying costs when: (1) a new employee is moving area to...
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  • Newsletter - Working safely during coronavirus
    Where you’ve implemented the government’s “COVID-19 Secure” guidelines, it’s worth writing to staff to reassure them about the control measures you’ve taken in your workplace. What have we done to help you?
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  • Newsletter - Q&A - penalty for no written statement?
    Q&A - penalty for no written statement?..Q. What’s the potential penalty if we fail to provide a statement of changes to the written statement of employment particulars? A. If you fail to provide a written statement of employment particulars (or a statement of changes to those particulars), the employee may ask the tribunal to clarify the terms of their written statement. Where the employee successfully brings another type of tribunal claim, such as for unfair dismissal or sex discrimination, the tribunal...
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  • Documents - Relocation costs agreement
    Relocation costs agreementIf you're intending to contribute towards a new recruit's or an existing employee's home base relocation expenses, consider asking them to sign a relocation costs agreement.Relocation expensesIf you're willing to offer relocation assistance to new recruits so that they can move near to their new place of work, or you're offering such assistance to an existing employee who is changing their normal place of work and so also needs to change their home base, consider asking them to sign...
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