Employment law - Appraisals, promotion and training




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Miscellaneous
Time to train application formEligible employees who work in businesses that employ 250 or more employees have a statutory right to request time off for the purposes of study or training.  Our time to train application form will ensure that the empl... Read more
22 Dec 2015
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Form
Self-appraisal formYou can assist employees to prepare for their appraisal meeting by giving them our self-appraisal form to complete. Make it optional and leave it to them to what extent they choose to share the information with their manager.Apprai... Read more
05 Nov 2013
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Miscellaneous
Assessment of potential for promotionOur assessment of potential for promotion is useful to help you decide which of your staff are ready to be promoted to the next pay grade or staff level. It doesn't automatically mean they'll be promoted if there ar... Read more
08 Oct 2013
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Procedure
Appraisal procedure and formAn annual appraisal is a formal evaluation when a review of an employee's performance takes place. Annual appraisal meetings should be open where both parties exchange views and reach agreed conclusions and action plans.App... Read more
01 Oct 2012
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Letter
Outcome of time to train appeal meeting Where an employee has appealed against your decision to decline their time to train application and you've held an appeal meeting, the final stage is to notify them in writing of the outcome of their appeal with... Read more
01 Oct 2012
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Letter
Time to train acceptance letterOnce you've held a meeting with an employee under the statutory time to train procedure, you then need to take a decision on their application and notify it to them in writing with 14 days of the meeting date. If you acc... Read more
01 Oct 2012
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Letter
Time to train appeal meeting letterWhere you've declined (or only partially accepted) an employee's application for time to train, under the statutory procedure they have a right of appeal. Use our time to train appeal meeting letter if they do decide ... Read more
01 Oct 2012
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Letter
Time to train meeting letterIf an employee submits an application for time to train, you'll need to ensure you properly follow the designated statutory procedure in dealing with it. This starts with arranging a meeting with the employee, for which you... Read more
01 Oct 2012
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Letter
Time to train rejection letterIf, having held a meeting with an employee under the statutory time to train procedure, you take the decision to reject their application, you need to notify them of this in writing within 14 days, setting out the busine... Read more
01 Oct 2012
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