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  • Documents - Letter seeking consent to staggered start times
    Letter seeking consent to staggered start timesAs part of making your workplace safe during the coronavirus pandemic, you might want to introduce staggered start and finish times for staff to reduce crowding into and out of the workplace.Working from home?Although, for the foreseeable future during the coronavirus pandemic, employees should continue to work from home rather than at their physical workplace wherever possible, those who can't work from home are now being encouraged to go into work if their workplace...
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  • Documents - Letter extending furlough
    Letter extending furloughWith the government having extended the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) until 31 October 2020, if required use our letter to extend furlough for your staff.Scheme extensionsIn mid-April 2020, the government announced that it was to extend the CJRS by one month to reflect continuing social distancing measures, from 31 May 2020 to 30 June 2020. Then, in mid-May 2020, it announced that the CJRS was to be further extended to 31 October 2020 (but, from 1 August 2020, there will be...
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  • Documents - Notice of return to work from furlough
    Notice of return to work from furloughWhere, during the coronavirus pandemic, you require a furloughed employee to return to their normal hours of work with effect from a set date, you can use our letter to arrange this.Back to work requirementTo help you implement furlough under the government's Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, you can use our Letter Seeking Agreement to Furlough. Once the furlough arrangement is in place, if at a later date you're ready to lift the restrictions and request your employees...
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  • Documents - Letter seeking agreement to furlough
    Letter seeking agreement to furlough The government has put in place a scheme enabling you to obtain a grant to pay part of your employees' wages if they've had to stop working during the coronavirus pandemic. Our letter guides you through seeking employee consent.EligibilityThe Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) is open to all employers with a PAYE payroll scheme that was started on or before 19 March 2020 and it's designed to support you if your business has been affected by coronavirus. To take advantage...
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  • Documents - Sickness absence policy
    Sickness absence policyOur policy statement sets out a detailed reporting procedure for both short-term and long-term sickness absence, including the provision of evidence of incapacity, consideration of statements of fitness for work, "return-to-work" interviews and home visits. It's always worth expressly setting out these issues for all employees. That way, everyone understands what they need to do when they are off sick.Short-term absencesIn the case of frequent short periods of sickness absence, where it...
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  • Documents - Request to carry over holiday form
    Request to carry over holiday formIf, at your discretion, you occasionally allow employees to carry over their unused annual leave entitlement from one holiday year to the next, you can ask them to first complete our request to carry over holiday form.No contractual rightOur Holidays Policy is clear that employees must use all of their annual leave entitlement by the last day of each holiday year and they may not carry their holiday entitlement forward into the next one unless there are exceptional circumstances...
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  • Newsletter - Letter seeking agreement to furlough
    Unless you have a suitably worded lay-off clause in your employment contracts you can’t unilaterally decide to place an employee on furlough - it must be agreed between you. How can you seek the employee’s consent?
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  • Newsletter - Rectifying personal data
    Once you’ve dealt with an individual’s request for the rectification of their personal data which has been made under the GDPR, you should notify them that their request has been actioned. How can you do this?
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  • Newsletter - The importance of updating the decision maker
    The Employment Appeal Tribunal has said that an investigating officer’s failure to disclose a material development which occurs after their report has been submitted can be relevant to the fairness of a dismissal. What have we done as a result?
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  • Newsletter - Company car or car allowance benefits
    If you provide an employee with either a company car or a car allowance you now need to refer to it in their written statement of employment particulars. Our new clause will assist you here. What does it say?
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