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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 - 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 - Reply to request for early return from maternity leave
    Reply to request for early return from maternity leave This letter may be used by an employer where an employee gives notice that they wish to return early from maternity leave. If insufficient notice is given, you may choose to accept the date for early return, but you are not obliged to do so and you can postpone the employee's return until the notice requirement has been satisfied or until maternity leave ends, whichever is earlier. Legal positionUnder the statutory provisions, an employee who intends to...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Letter to employee not returning from maternity leave
    Letter to employee not returning from maternity leaveWhere an employee has informed you that she's not intending to return to work after maternity leave, our letter helps you frame a response to her. She still needs to formally resign so the important thing is to clarify the notice of termination requirements.When parenting takes priorityIf your employee decides that she isn't coming back after her maternity leave, she's still obliged to give you proper notice of resignation under the terms of her contract of...
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