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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Response to employment particulars request
    Response to employment particulars requestEmployees employed before 6 April 2020 have a statutory right to request an updated written statement of employment particulars that includes all the additional information required to be covered in new written statements. If they do, use our letter to reply.Additional contentsEmployees (and workers) who start employment on or after 6 April 2020 have a statutory right to receive a written statement of employment particulars that not only must be issued to them no later...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Homeworker clauses
    Homeworker clausesIf you recruit an employee who is to work from home for all of their working time, as opposed to working at your business premises, you can use our clauses to insert into their employment contract.Alternative clausesWith homeworking now having become the norm for many employees, our Homeworker Clauses have been designed to provide you with alternative clauses to include in our Written Statement of Employment Particulars for employees who are to work solely from home from the outset of their...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Training costs agreement
    Training costs agreementIf you invest in external training for staff and are worried they might leave as soon as they've obtained their certificate, qualification or whatever, consider asking your employees to sign a training costs agreement. But do note that it must be signed before commencement of the training.Out of pocketWithout our Training Costs Agreement, you could find yourself considerably out of pocket if you agree to fund an employee's external training course, only to find that they then either drop...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Notice of disciplinary appeal hearing
    Notice of disciplinary appeal hearingIf you deny an employee the right to appeal against a disciplinary sanction or dismissal, you will be acting unfairly and in breach of the Acas Code of Practice on Disciplinary and Grievance Procedures. Use our notice of disciplinary appeal hearing letter when an employee appeals against a disciplinary decision, to inform them of the date and time of the appeal hearing.An appealing prospectOnce you've made your decision to formally warn the employee or to dismiss them, that's...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Notice of poor performance appeal meeting
    Notice of poor performance appeal meetingIf you deny an employee the right to appeal against a poor performance warning or dismissal, you will be acting unfairly and in breach of the Acas Code of Practice on Disciplinary and Grievance Procedures. Use our notice of poor performance appeal meeting letter when an employee appeals against your performance management decision, to inform them of the date and time of the appeal meeting.An appealing decisionOnce you've made your decision to formally warn the employee...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Whistleblowing form
    Whistleblowing formOur form has been drafted to enable your employees and other workers to easily raise any qualifying disclosures with you under the terms of your whistleblowing policy.Disclosure methodWhile the law provides no set method through which a worker must make a qualifying disclosure, it's good practice to encourage all reports to be made internally in the first instance and to provide a form for workers to complete setting out the details of their disclosure. This is the purpose of our Whistleblowing...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Notice of absence management appeal meeting
    Notice of absence management appeal meetingWhere an employee appeals against a warning for unsatisfactory attendance or a decision to dismiss them under your attendance procedure, use our letter to arrange an appeal meeting.Appeal processOnce you've made your decision to formally warn an employee about their unsatisfactory attendance record or to dismiss them for this reason, it's important that you allow them the right of appeal against your decision. This is because you're required to follow the rules of natural...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Notification of self-isolation memo
    Notification of self-isolation memoYou can be fined £1,000, rising to £10,000, if you knowingly allow a worker who's legally required to self-isolate to come to work. Our memo advises your staff of their duty to tell you if they're required to self-isolate and makes clear that they mustn't come to work.Legal dutyIf an individual develops coronavirus symptoms, they should self-isolate immediately and then arrange to take a coronavirus test in accordance with existing guidance. The Health Protection (Coronavirus,...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Self-certification of sickness absence form
    Self-certification of sickness absence formWhere an employee has been absent from work due to illness for seven days or less, you should ask them to complete a self-certificate form on their first day back at work. This should include a section to record the reason for their absence.Record-keepingIt's important to keep proper records of sickness absence so that you can spot when an employee is taking a lot of odd days off sick. That way, you can take action when their absence record reaches an unacceptable level....
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Coronavirus overseas travel quarantine memo
    Coronavirus overseas travel quarantine memoThe current national coronavirus-related restrictions include a prohibition on holidays in the UK and abroad. Even once these restrictions are lifted, unless a particular country is on the government's travel corridor list, employees returning from their overseas holidays must self-isolate for 14 days. Use our memo to help manage the impact of the travel quarantine rules.Key issuesThere's currently a government ban on people taking holidays in the UK and abroad. Once...
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