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No smoking policyThe smoking ban that applies to most enclosed or partially enclosed workplaces and public premises is now well established. Use our template to make sure that your policy complies across the UK.What's  covered?Smoke-free legislation ... Read more
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Dress and appearance policyYou will no doubt want your employees to dress appropriately to project a good image for your business. Whatever dress code you adopt, it must not be unreasonable or place unnecessarily restrictive demands on your employees... Read more
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Alcohol and drugs policyA policy statement outlining your position on alcohol and drug abuse is a must, particularly if your business is in an industry where health and safety concerns are paramount. You owe a duty to your employees and to third part... Read more
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Food at desks policyAllowing staff to eat at their desks gives rise to a whole host of potential issues, so our food at desks policy bans them from eating any hot and cold food at their desks, but permits hot and cold drinks. If banning eating altoge... Read more
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Maternity policyOur policy statement sets out the statutory rules relating to maternity leave and pay. It ensures employees fully understand their rights and entitlements, as well as their obligations in relation to notifying you of their pregnancy, ... Read more
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Letter
Invitation to attend interview letterWhen you have decided which candidates you will be inviting to attend an interview, use our invitation to attend interview letter to contact them to arrange it. Interview invitationIt's advisable for at least two m... Read more
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Homeworking policyWith an increasing trend towards homeworking arrangements, if you grant this benefit to any of your staff, whether on a part-time or full-time basis, you need to ensure you set out in the staff handbook how the scheme will operate ... Read more
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Letter
Proposal to dismiss and re-employ on new termsIt may be possible to introduce new employment terms by terminating an employee's existing contract on notice and immediately offering to re-employ them on the new terms. Use our letter to invite an employ... Read more
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Letter
Letter terminating employment and offering re-employment on new termsWhere an employee refuses to accept a change, you may decide that the only way forward is to impose the variation by way of dismissal from the old contract of employment coupled wit... Read more
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Letter
Letter seeking agreement to vary employment contract terms The best way to achieve a change to one or more terms of an employee's contract of employment is by mutual agreement. Let the employee know in writing that you are proposing to make a change a... Read more
UPDATED13 Nov 2020
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