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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Internal announcement of employee's return to work
    Internal announcement of employee's return to workUse our statement to announce to other staff that an employee is returning to work following long-term absence due to either sickness or maternity, adoption or shared parental leave or a career break.Internal team statementWhilst you don't have to formally let other staff know when an employee is returning to work following their long-term absence, doing so can help ensure their return goes smoothly. Don't send our Internal Announcement of Employee's Return to...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Pregnancy-related absence form
    Pregnancy-related absence formIf an employee is absent wholly or partly because of pregnancy in the four weeks before her expected week of childbirth, she must notify you of this as soon as is reasonably practicable.  Automatic triggerEmployees can generally choose when they want their maternity leave to start. However, this is subject to two important restrictions:maternity leave can't begin prior to the eleventh week before the expected week of childbirth (EWC) (unless the baby is born prematurely, in which...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Letter triggering maternity leave due to absence for pregnancy-related reasons
    Letter triggering maternity leave due to absence for pregnancy-related reasonsIf a pregnant employee is absent from work wholly or partly because of pregnancy after the beginning of the fourth week before her expected week of childbirth, her maternity leave will be automatically triggered.Pregnancy-related illnessAs a general rule, employees can choose when they want their maternity leave to start but this is subject to two important restrictions:o maternity leave can't begin prior to the eleventh week before...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Reply to keeping in touch day request
    Reply to keeping in touch day requestIf an employee asks to work a "keeping in touch" day during their maternity or adoption leave, you can either agree to their request or decline it; it's entirely your choice and our letter covers both options. Statutory provisionsAn employee can agree with you to work for up to ten "keeping in touch" (KIT) days during their maternity or adoption leave period without bringing their leave to an end and without the loss of statutory maternity or adoption pay. Any work undertaken...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Maternity leave plan
    Maternity leave planFemale employees are entitled to take maternity leave and may be entitled to statutory maternity pay where they are expecting a child, provided they comply with important notification requirements.Maternity leave entitlementFemale employees benefit from the right to maternity leave. There are two categories: ordinary maternity leave and additional maternity leave. All pregnant employees are entitled to 26 weeks' ordinary maternity leave and 26 weeks' additional maternity leave. Additional...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Change of maternity leave request
    Change of maternity leave requestAn employee can vary her chosen maternity leave start date, but she must give at least 28 days' notice. You can require any notice to change the start date to be in writing, so provide our form for this purpose.All changeIf, having given you notification of her maternity leave plans, a pregnant employee subsequently wants to vary the start date of her maternity leave, whether to a date which is earlier or later than the date originally notified, she must give you a minimum of...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Return from maternity leave letter
    Return from maternity leave letterAll pregnant employees have the right to take up to 26 weeks' ordinary maternity leave and up to a further 26 weeks' additional maternity leave and to resume work afterwards. An employee who decides to return at the end of her 52-week entitlement isn't required in law to give you notice of her return date (she can simply turn up for work) and likewise you're not required to write reminding her she's due back. However, our letter will ensure misunderstandings are avoided.Avoid...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Maternity policy
    Maternity policyOur policy statement sets out the statutory rules relating to maternity leave and pay. It ensures employees fully understand their rights and entitlements, as well as their obligations in relation to notifying you of their pregnancy, their expected date of childbirth and when they want their maternity leave to start and end.Maternity leaveOur policy statement reflects the statutory provisions on maternity leave and pay. If you wish to provide enhanced rights to either maternity leave or pay,...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Breastfeeding arrangements letter
    Breastfeeding arrangements letterSend our letter to an employee returning from maternity leave to confirm the arrangements that you've made to support them in breastfeeding their baby after their return to work. The law states that you must provide a place for a nursing mother to rest, but you don't have to provide facilities for her to breastfeed or express or store milk, although this is recommended by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) as good practice. The lawThe Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare)...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Paternity rights following loss of pregnancy letter
    Paternity rights following loss of pregnancy letterWhere an employee's wife or partner suffers either a miscarriage or a stillbirth, only if their wife or partner was more than 24 weeks' pregnant will the employee be eligible for paternity leave. Send our paternity rights following loss of pregnancy letter to advise your employee of their entitlements to paternity and other leave, such as the statutory right to time off for dependants.MiscarriageThe husband or partner of a woman who has a miscarriage before...
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