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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Homeworking policy
    Homeworking policyWith an increasing trend towards homeworking arrangements, if you grant this benefit to any of your staff, whether on a part-time or full-time basis, you need to ensure you set out in the staff handbook how the scheme will operate in practice. Otherwise, you could end up finding you have created a monster which you can't control.Home aloneWhilst employees with 26 weeks' continuous employment have the right to request flexible working, and this includes the right to request to work from home,...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Proposal to dismiss and re-employ on new terms
    Proposal to dismiss and re-employ on new termsIt may be possible to introduce new employment terms by terminating an employee's existing contract on notice and immediately offering to re-employ them on the new terms. Use our letter to invite an employee to a consultation meeting to discuss dismissal and re-employment. Only send it after conducting a full consultation procedure and ensure you have a sound business reason for the change.Proposal to dismissWhere you've followed a fair consultation process to seek...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Letter terminating employment and offering re-employment on new terms
    Letter terminating employment and offering re-employment on new termsWhere an employee refuses to accept a change, you may decide that the only way forward is to impose the variation by way of dismissal from the old contract of employment coupled with an offer of continued employment on the new contractual terms. Beware that this can still amount to an unfair dismissal regardless of whether or not the employee accepts the offer of re-employment on the new terms.Termination and re-employmentIf an employee refuses...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Letter seeking agreement to vary employment contract terms
    Letter seeking agreement to vary employment contract terms The best way to achieve a change to one or more terms of an employee's contract of employment is by mutual agreement. Let the employee know in writing that you are proposing to make a change and seek their written consent to it.Binding contractThe contract of employment is binding on both parties. This means that it's generally unlawful for you to unilaterally change an existing employee's contract without their agreement - unless the change is permitted...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Letter confirming agreement to vary terms of contract of employment
    Letter confirming agreement to vary terms of contract of employmentWhere an employee has agreed to a variation to one or more of the terms of their contract of employment, you need to ensure this is properly recorded in writing. Written consentIf the employee has signed a consent form or orally stated that they are willing to accept the change to their contractual employment terms, it can then be incorporated into their contract of employment and, for the avoidance of doubt, their consent to it should always...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - First aid needs assessment
    First aid needs assessmentTo keep your employees safe and comply with the law you must have a sufficient level of first aid cover. Use our document to carry out and record your assessment.Do you need to do this?To comply with the Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981, employers must complete an assessment of their first aid needs. You are not obliged to write down your assessment, however you will find it helpful to do so. This is because your record will show the factors which you took into account...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Coronavirus health and safety policy
    Coronavirus health and safety policyUse our policy to explain how you're managing the risk of coronavirus in the workplace.Viral actionIn our Coronavirus Health and Safety Policy template we have set out the procedures that your organisation will take to protect staff and others. To do so we've made certain assumptions about the statutory guidelines in force using the information available at the time of publication. We recommend that you read through any advice issued by industry associations or from official...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Display screen equipment policy
    Display screen equipment policyAs display screen equipment is a regular feature of any business, it's useful to have a policy that sets out how you implement the legal requirements surrounding its use. Our template will get you started.Keeping up to dateThere are now very few roles which don't require the use of a display screen, and in view of this and the changes we're seeing in practice, you need to ensure that your Display Screen Equipment Policy is in tune with the realities of your workplace. It takes...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Guidance note - statutory nuisance
    Guidance note - statutory nuisanceIf activities on your site are causing a nuisance to others, you must take action to resolve them. Use our guidance document to better understand what statutory nuisances are and how to rectify issues linked to them.   What's covered?A statutory nuisance is a form of antisocial activity created by an occupier such as noise, odour, dust, smoke, gas, fumes, waste, litter, artificial light, or pests. Our Guidance Note - Statutory Nuisance will help you to identify likely nuisances...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Site paperwork checklist
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