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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Letter seeking agreement to furlough
    Letter seeking agreement to furlough The government has put in place a scheme enabling you to obtain a grant to pay part of your employees' wages if they've had to stop working during the coronavirus pandemic. Our letter guides you through seeking employee consent.EligibilityThe Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) is open to all employers with a PAYE payroll scheme that was started on or before 19 March 2020 and it's designed to support you if your business has been affected by coronavirus. To take advantage...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Notice of return to work from furlough
    Notice of return to work from furloughWhere, during the coronavirus pandemic, you require a furloughed employee to return to their normal hours of work with effect from a set date, you can use our letter to arrange this.Back to work requirementIf you're ready to request your furloughed employees to resume normal working during the coronavirus pandemic, you can use our Notice of Return to Work from Furlough. Our letter informs the employee that you can now bring the current period of furlough to an end, and why,...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Parental bereavement leave policy
    Parental bereavement leave policyOur policy covers entitlement to parental bereavement leave, notice requirements, the options for taking leave and the employee's rights on return to work, as well as the position on pay.The basic rightThe right to parental bereavement leave (PBL) enables eligible employees to take one or two weeks off work where they lose a child under the age of 18, or suffer a stillbirth from 24 weeks of pregnancy, on or after 6 April 2020. Statutory parental bereavement pay (SPBP) may also...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Parental bereavement leave and pay form
    Parental bereavement leave and pay formTo take leave, the employee must simply notify you of the date of the child's death, when they want leave to start and whether that leave will be one or two weeks, and they can do this verbally. However, to receive statutory pay, the employee must give certain information to you in writing. So, our form can usefully be used to cover both leave and pay.Notification requirementsAn employee must give you notification of: (1) the date of the child's death; (2) the date on which...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Compassionate leave clause
    Compassionate leave clauseOur compassionate leave clause goes beyond the statutory right to time off for dependants and focuses on the death or very serious illness of an immediate family member. Subject to statutory provisions, it's really up to you to decide how much compassionate leave you want to provide and how long you want to pay for.Statutory rightUnder statutory provisions, employees are entitled to take a reasonable amount of unpaid time off work to take action which is necessary to deal with certain...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Bereavement policy
    Bereavement policyOur bereavement policy goes further than the statutory right to reasonable unpaid time off for dependants. As well as providing for paid or unpaid bereavement leave following the death of an immediate or wider family member, our policy covers other leave that might be available, support for the employee on returning to work, religious requirements and how a line manager should deal with the matter.Statutory rightsThe only statutory bereavement right available to employees is the right to parental...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Leaves of absence policy
    Leaves of absence policyIn addition to annual leave, sickness absence and the various statutory rights to time off (for example, maternity leave, parental leave, paternity leave, time off for dependants, parental bereavement leave, etc.), employees might ask to take time off work for a variety of other reasons, including jury service, public duties, armed forces reserves duties, medical and dental appointments, compassionate leave or other unpaid leave. A leaves of absence policy statement aims to cover all...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Letter rejecting time off for elective medical procedure
    Letter rejecting time off for elective medical procedureUse our letter to reject an employee's request for time off to undergo an elective medical procedure, such as breast augmentation or liposuction. Unless you contractually provide for time off work in this scenario, you're perfectly within your rights to do this. Our letter advises the employee to use their annual leave entitlement instead.No statutory rightWith more and more people opting for cosmetic surgery or non-surgical treatment to enhance some aspect...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Medical and dental appointments policy
    Medical and dental appointments policyUse our medical and dental appointments policy to set your rules on time off work to attend health-related appointments. Special rules apply to antenatal appointments and you need to take care with disabled employees but, other than that, there's no legal right for an employee to either take time off for medical appointments or to be paid for it.Legal positionThere is no general entitlement in law for employees to take time off work to attend medical and other health-related...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Time off for dependants policy
    Time off for dependants policyEmployees have a statutory right to unpaid time off work to deal with certain unexpected or sudden events or situations involving a dependant. Our time off for dependants policy statement sets out the employee's statutory rights in this respect and it makes clear the procedure the employee must follow in relation to exercising their statutory right. Statutory time offUnder statutory provisions, employees are entitled to take a reasonable amount of unpaid time off work to take necessary...
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