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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Statement of changes to employment particulars
    Statement of changes to employment particularsIf any of the terms in the written statement of employment particulars change, you must give the employee a written statement of that change within one month.Statutory provisionS.4 Employment Rights Act 1996 states that if any of the mandatory terms contained in a written statement of employment particulars change, you must give the employee a written statement containing particulars of the change at the earliest opportunity and, in any event, no later than one month...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - GDPR rectification of data request form
    GDPR rectification of data request formThe GDPR provides the right for individuals to make a request to you for the rectification of their personal data, which they can do if they wish by completing our form.The statutory rightThe GDPR provides the right for individuals to require you to rectify any inaccurate personal data that you hold about them. They also have the right to have incomplete personal data completed, including by means of their providing a supplementary statement. An employee might ask you to...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Letter providing NMW statement
    Letter providing NMW statementIf you employ any staff who are paid at national minimum or national living wage levels, it's good employment relations practice to advise them in writing of the government's annual increases.Annual increasesYou must pay your workers at least the national minimum wage (NMW) or national living wage (NLW). The hourly rate for the NMW/NLW depends on their age and on whether they're an apprentice; there are five different rates. The NMW/NLW rates are reviewed annually and then they...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Written statement of employment particulars
    Written statement of employment particularsIssuing at least a basic statement of the main terms and conditions of employment is a legal requirement. But the use of a full-blown contract with clauses tailored to suit your needs offers you far greater opportunities in terms of flexibility and control.Legal minimumAs an absolute minimum, the law requires you to provide all employees (and, from 6 April 2020, all workers) with a Written Statement of Employment Particulars. You must now provide this no later than...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Casual worker agreement
    Casual worker agreementIf you use casual workers where there's no guarantee you'll offer them work and the worker won't generally be expected to accept any work offered, you can use our casual worker agreement. Whilst our agreement is drafted to confer worker status, and not employee status, an employment tribunal will always look at whether the drafting reflects the true intention of the parties and will consider what happens in practice.Worker statusThe intention in our Casual Worker Agreement is that the...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Holidays policy
    Holidays policyWorkers have a statutory right to a minimum of 5.6 weeks' (28 days') paid leave per annum. Whilst you'd think granting holidays and holiday pay is a relatively straightforward exercise, disputes over holiday pay are one of the most common claims brought before an employment tribunal. Having a holidays policy statement will help you to clarify your holiday rules.Holiday pay provisionsOur Holidays Policy statement covers everything from clarifying what the holiday year is to confirming that there's...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Acknowledgement of single period of SPL
    Acknowledgement of single period of SPL If an eligible employee has requested a single, continuous period of shared parental leave (SPL), they're entitled to take that leave on the dates they have notified. Use our acknowledgement letter to set out the legal position on various matters related to SPL.Employee's choiceIt's up to the two parents or adopters to agree between them how much SPL they each wish to take and whether they want to take the time off consecutively or concurrently. For example, they can alternate...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Pay secrecy clause
    Pay secrecy clauseThere's no general implied term that employees must keep details of their salary confidential. So if maintaining confidentiality of salary and benefits information is important, you need an express contractual clause to cover the point. Be aware though of the Equality Act exception to the enforcement of pay secrecy clauses.Express clause neededYou can't simply assume your staff are obliged to keep salary details confidential, whether this is their own salary or information they learn about...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Unmeasured worker daily average agreement
    Unmeasured worker daily average agreementWhere a worker performs unmeasured work for the purposes of the national minimum (NMW) and national living wage (NLW), you can enter into a daily average agreement of hours with them.What's unmeasured work?For NMW and NLW purposes, unmeasured work is any other work that's not time, salaried hours or output work. It's a residual category which is designed to catch anything that doesn't fall into one of the other three categories. It's characterised by the absence of relationship...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Reporting procedure
    Reporting procedureIt's worth including a short reporting procedure in employment contracts in order to put positive reporting duties on employees. Clause benefitsIf you place an employee under a contractual duty to regularly report what they're doing to their line manager, it means the manager is then able to properly supervise their work and so deal with any mistakes or problems at an early stage. It's important though for your clause to reflect your actual practice in terms of employee supervision; there's...
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