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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Parental leave request form
    Parental leave request formBoth male and female employees are entitled to take unpaid parental leave to look after a child under 18 in respect of whom they have parental responsibility. This could involve the employee taking up to 18 weeks off work, although the default provisions limit this to a maximum of four weeks in any year.Parental leaveParental leave is a right for employees to take up to 18 weeks off work to look after a birth or adopted child or to make arrangements for the child's welfare. Both male...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Job vacancy letter during parent-related leave
    Job vacancy letter during parent-related leaveEnsure that you notify all employees who are absent on parent-related leave of any internal job vacancies that might arise within your business and give them the opportunity to apply. Our letter ensures you provide them with all the necessary information and you can adapt it to suit the role available.Maternity leaveThe Equality Act 2010 protects employees against discrimination because of pregnancy and maternity leave. If an employee who's absent on maternity leave...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Parental leave policy
    Parental leave policyIf you don't set out your own agreed procedure for dealing with parental leave, the statutory default procedure will apply. Our policy statement complies with the statutory provisions because you'll probably find that the statutory procedure is all you really need in most cases. Parental leaveParental leave is entirely separate to shared parental leave. It is unpaid leave that is available to both male and female employees and it enables those who have been employed for at least a year and...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Refusal of parental leave request
    Refusal of a parental leave requestIf a parental leave request has not been made correctly in accordance with the statutory provisions, it can be refused.Request refusedIf you receive a parental leave request and it's not been made correctly, you can turn it down. Also, if an employee is ineligible to take parental leave but has nevertheless applied for it, you'll need to turn them down and give them the reasons why. This is most likely to happen where the employee has not worked for you for long enough, i.e....
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Letter postponing parental leave
    Letter postponing parental leaveUse our precedent letter if you need to postpone an employee's period of parental leave under the rules of the default scheme. However, you can only postpone by up to six months and you can't postpone at all where an employee wishes to take parental leave immediately after birth or placement for adoption.Postponement provisionsUnder the default provisions in the legislation, you can postpone a period of parental leave for up to six months where the operation of your business would...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Approval of parental leave request
    Approval of parental leave requestUnless you postpone parental leave in accordance with the statutory provisions, you must accept an employee's parental leave request. Request grantedOnce you receive a parental leave request, assuming it's been made correctly, complied with the notice provisions and doesn't ask for more than the statutory entitlement, you cannot choose whether to accept or reject it (and you can only postpone it in limited circumstances). You therefore need to approve it and confirm to the employee...
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