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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Deputising letter
    Deputising letterWhere you ask an employee to act as a deputy supervisor or manager on a temporary basis to cover their supervisor's or manager's absence, use our letter to confirm the agreed terms of the deputising arrangement. Temporary promotionWhen a supervisor or manager is absent due to maternity or other family-related leave, long-term sickness absence, a sabbatical, etc., it's relatively common for another, often more junior, employee to be asked to "act up" and temporarily cover the more senior role...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Promotion letter
    Promotion letterUse our letter to confirm an employee's promotion. Consider making the newly promoted position subject to a probationary period to enable you to assess the employee's performance and conduct in their new role.Promotion termsIf you promote an employee, usually their job title, job duties and salary will change, but the rest of their terms and conditions of employment tend to remain the same. The exception is where the new role carries particular additional responsibilities such that you might...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Promotion policy
    Promotion policyIf you promote an employee, you need to make clear the terms and conditions of that promotion, for example, whether it will be subject to a probationary period. You also need to consider what will happen if it doesn't work out.Fast track to the topPromotion is an important part of career development. If your staff have a clear route to promotion, they are more likely to have job satisfaction and stay with you. Of course, not everyone can be promoted but at least your high flyers will have something...
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