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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Reply to resignation during lay-off or short time working
    Reply to resignation during lay-off or short time workingTo claim a statutory redundancy payment (SRP) during lay-off or short time working, an employee must have two years' continuous employment, have been laid off or on short time working for at least four consecutive weeks, or at least six weeks in any 13-week period, must serve written notice of their intention to claim which you don't contest and then resign with due notice within specified time limits. Our response letter accepts the employee's resignation...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Lay offs and short-time working checklist
    Lay offs and short-time working checklistShort-time work or a temporary lay off can be a solution to short term problems such as a temporary downturn in business. This checklist is useful where employees may be entitled to a guarantee payment or a redundancy payment on the grounds that you have laid them off or put them on short-time working. When can you lay off or require short-time working?There is no automatic right to impose either lay offs or short-time working, so if you do not have a contractual term...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Notice of return to normal working
    Notice of return to normal workingWhere your employees have been laid off or on short time working, if your situation improves enough for you to be able to take them back on their normal working hours, you can use our letter to inform them of this. You're essentially requiring them to return to their normal hours of work with effect from a set date.Contractual right or consentYou can only implement a lay-off or short time working where either you have the contractual right to do so, or you seek and obtain your...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Lay-off and short time working clause
    Lay-off and short time working clauseIf your business is subject to cyclical demand, consider inserting a lay-off and short time working clause enabling you to lay off an employee for periods where you won't have to give full pay.No general right to lay offYou have no right to lay off employees without pay in the absence of an express term in the contract. Thus, where you do so, you will still be obliged to pay them their full pay, even if trading conditions are poor and even if you don't have any work at all...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Letter seeking agreement to a lay-off or short time working
    Letter seeking agreement to a lay-off or short time workingIf you want to implement a lay-off or short time working to deal with a temporary work shortage and you don't have the contractual right to do so, you will need to seek your employees' express agreement to the proposed arrangement or otherwise you risk a constructive dismissal claim if you impose it unilaterally.No contractual rightWhere you have no contractual right to lay-off the employee or put them on short time working, you cannot just impose such...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Letter imposing a lay-off or short time working
    Letter imposing a lay-off or short time working (in exercise of a specific contractual power)If you're looking at temporary ways of reducing employment overheads due to a work downturn but without having to resort to redundancy, implementing a lay-off or short time working may provide a solution. However, you can only impose a lay-off or short time working where you have the contractual right to do so.DefinitionWhere you don't provide work for an employee on a day when they would normally work because there...
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