1,500+ Business Documents
Professionally drafted documents to cover all your business dealings

< Go back

HR (93)

Work and parents

Parental leave request form
Both 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... Read more
DOWNLOAD
Type: Form
Job vacancy letter during parent-related leave
Ensure 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... Read more
DOWNLOAD
Type: Letter
Letter explaining keeping in touch days
 Letter explaining "keeping in touch" daysEmployees on maternity or adoption leave may work up to ten "keeping in touch" days without it having any effect on their statutory right to pay. Before an employee goes on this type of leave, it's helpful to set the position out in writing. You can use our... Read more
DOWNLOAD
Type: Letter
Letter inviting employee to attend a keeping in touch day
 Letter inviting employee to attend a keeping in touch day An employee is under no obligation to attend a "keeping in touch" (KIT) day - it's entirely their choice. But if you feel this process would be beneficial, you can explain why. You should also set out the details on pay. Use our letter for this... Read more
DOWNLOAD
Type: Letter
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... Read more
DOWNLOAD
Type: Letter
Letter inviting employee to attend a SPLIT day
Employees are permitted to work for occasional days during their shared parental leave (SPL) - these are called "shared parental leave in touch" (SPLIT) days. An employee is under no obligation to attend a SPLIT day - it's entirely their choice. But if you feel this process would be beneficial, you can... Read more
DOWNLOAD
Type: Letter

1,500+ Business Documents Directory

Click on a topic below