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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 - Reminder to take holiday
    Reminder to take holidayTo be able to rely on statutory provisions enabling accrued but untaken annual leave to be lost if it's not taken in the current holiday year, you must have given your workers the effective opportunity to take that annual leave and this includes actively encouraging them to do so and diligently warning them in good time of the risk of losing it at the end of the holiday year. Active encouragementYou don't have to force your workers to take their annual leave, but you must ensure they...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Response to request to cancel or amend holiday
    Response to request to cancel or amend holidayWhere an employee has had their request for annual leave approved but then they subsequently request to either cancel it completely or amend their leave dates, use our letter to reply to them. It includes five response options. Statutory rightsUnder the Working Time Regulations 1998, workers are entitled to 5.6 weeks' paid annual leave per holiday year, which equates to 28 days for a worker working five days a week. In the absence of any alternative arrangement set...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Notice to take holiday during notice period
    Notice to take holiday during notice periodOur notice can be used to require an employee to take some, or all, of their remaining annual leave entitlement during their notice period on resignation or dismissal. As well as removing them from the workplace, it limits what you'll need to pay them in respect of outstanding holiday pay on termination of employment. The Working Time Regulations 1998 set minimum notice requirements for requiring employees to take holiday, but you can have your own contractual rules...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Holiday shutdown clause
    Holiday shutdown clauseIf you completely close down your business for a couple of weeks during, for example, the Christmas or summer period, you will probably want to ensure that the period of shutdown is taken by your employees as part of their annual leave entitlement. Our holiday shutdown clause provides for this eventuality.Open all hoursYou only need to use our Holiday Shutdown Clause if you close down your business for a period of time during the year (usually one or two weeks either at Christmas or over...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Notice to take holiday
    Notice to take holidayFrom time to time, you may wish to require an employee, or group of employees, to take annual leave on dates that you've selected. Use our notice to enable you to do this on an ad hoc basis throughout the holiday year, whether that's to accommodate a workplace shutdown, because the employee has taken insufficient annual leave and it's coming towards the end of your holiday year or for some other reason.Working time requirementsAll workers are entitled to a minimum of 5.6 weeks' paid annual...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Holiday request form
    Holiday request formIt's important that employees know how they should request annual leave. Having a formal system in place which involves the employee completing a holiday request form means that everyone knows where they stand in terms of whether annual leave has been granted or not.Annual leaveYou should ensure you have in place a formal system of approval for holiday requests, so there can be no misunderstanding about exactly which days off have been granted as annual leave. Our Holiday Request Form is...
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