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Letter
Letter to doctor seeking advice on whether employee fit to attend a disciplinary hearingIf an employee has been signed off sick during the disciplinary process, whilst you will probably tolerate the absence for a short period of time, there will come... Read more
01 Oct 2012
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Letter
Letter to sick employee postponing a disciplinary hearingIt is not uncommon for you to commence disciplinary action against an employee but then for them to produce a statement of fitness for work signing them off sick for a few weeks before the disc... Read more
01 Oct 2012
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Letter
Request to attend investigatory meetingOnce allegations have been made against an employee relating to misconduct in the workplace, the first step is to conduct a proper investigation. Particularly where the allegations are reliant on the witness evi... Read more
01 Oct 2012
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Agreement
Workplace companion confidentiality agreement Where a worker requests to be accompanied to a disciplinary or grievance hearing, use our workplace companion confidentiality agreement. It sets out the extent of the companion's role and your requirements... Read more
01 Oct 2012
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Letter
Letter lifting suspensionWhere an employee has been suspended on pay in a case where you believed them to have committed an act of very serious or gross misconduct, after investigation you might find there is, in fact, no case to answer. In this case... Read more
01 Oct 2012
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Policy
Career breaks policyCareer breaks are often a useful way of ensuring that long-serving employees don't permanently leave your employment. If you do wish to include a provision for career breaks, always ensure they are discretionary and not contractual... Read more
08 Nov 2009
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Policy
Canteen facilities policyIf you provide your employees with a staff canteen or restaurant, it's useful to include a brief provision in your staff handbook advising them of this discretionary benefit and of the facility's opening hours.Lunch on the jo... Read more
25 Apr 2009
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Clause
Working Time Regulations policyAdult workers cannot be forced to work for more than 48 hours a week on average, although they can voluntarily agree to work more than this. Our Working Time Regulations Policy statement aims to ensure that you comply w... Read more
23 Mar 2009