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Domestic emergencies policyOccasionally, employees may suffer from genuine, unforeseen domestic emergencies, such as burst pipes, heating systems breaking down, house fires, lightning strikes and burglaries. There's no statutory right to time off work... Read more
01 Oct 2012
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Relocation policyIf you require a new recruit to move near to their place of work and you are willing to contribute towards the cost of the move, then our relocation policy is just what you are looking for.Relocation, relocation, relocationIf you are... Read more
01 Oct 2012
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Provision of accommodation policyIt's only in certain industries that employees will be provided with living accommodation as part of their employment package. This is usually where you need the employee to live on, or very close to, their work premis... Read more
01 Oct 2012
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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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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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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