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[To be typed on employer’s headed notepaper][Enter name and address of employee][Enter date]by handDear [enter name]Garden leaveI refer to [[enter...
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9th Nov
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[Strictly private and confidential][Address][Date]Dear [enter name(s) of relevant individual(s) at the transferor],Proposed transfer of [enter...
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9th Nov
Practice notes
For employees starting fresh employment on or after 6 April 2012, the right not to be unfairly dismissed generally only arises when the employee, by...
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9th Nov
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1Introductions of those present if necessary. Confirm who is taking notes and that copies of the meeting notes will be made available to the...
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9th Nov
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Coronavirus (COVID-19): All proceedings in employment tribunals in England, Wales and Scotland during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and until...
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9th Nov
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[Insert date][Insert] Employment Tribunal[Insert address]To the [insert] Employment Tribunal[Insert name of case, eg X v Y]Claim Number: [insert claim...
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9th Nov
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To succeed in a claim of unfair dismissal, the claimant must establish that they were dismissed by the employer. A contract of employment may...
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9th Nov
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[To be typed on headed notepaper of employer][Date]Dear [insert name of employee],Re: [insert name of employer] (the Company)Following our most recent...
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9th Nov
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Three months beginning with the effective date of terminationAn unfair dismissal claim must generally be submitted to the employment tribunal within...
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9th Nov
Practice notes
Coronavirus (COVID-19): All proceedings in employment tribunals in England, Wales and Scotland during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and until...
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9th Nov
Practice notes
Coronavirus (COVID-19): The Employment Rights Act 1996 (Coronavirus, Calculation of a Week’s Pay) Regulations 2020 (Week’s Pay Amendment Regs 2020),...
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9th Nov
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1Paragraph 1 of the Grounds of Claim is admitted.2As to paragraph 2 of the Grounds of Claim, it is denied that the Claimant’s colleagues were...
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9th Nov
Practice notes
Pension loss will generally only arise in cases where an individual has lost their job and the pension provision that went with that job. An...
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Produced in partnership with Keith Bryant QC of Outer Temple Chambers. 12th Jan
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[Insert date][Insert] Employment Tribunal[insert address]To the [insert] Employment Tribunal[Insert case name]Case No: [Insert case number]...
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9th Nov
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[Insert in para 8.2 of claim form ET1:]1The Claimant was employed by the Respondent as a [job title]. She worked at the Respondent’s premises at...
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9th Nov
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Collective agreements are agreements negotiated between one or more trade unions and employers or employers' associations and which relate to one or...
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9th Nov

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An employee is entitled, under section 64 of the Employment Rights Act 1996 (ERA 1996) to be paid for up to 26 weeks while suspended from normal...
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5th Dec
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Under sections 1 to 3 of the Employment Rights Act 1996 (ERA 1996), an employer is required, not later than two months after the beginning of...
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5th Dec
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Whether the apprenticeship rate applies to a worker is determined in accordance with the National Minimum Wage Regulations 2015, SI 2015/621, reg...
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5th Dec
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An employer is liable to pay statutory sick pay (SSP) to an employee in respect of a day of incapacity for work if:•the day forms part of a period of...
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5th Dec
Q&As
There are four categories of work for the purpose of identifying which hours count (and do not count) as working time for which the national minimum...
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5th Dec
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Under section 13 of the Employment Rights Act 1996 (ERA 1996) an employer cannot make any deductions from the wages of a worker unless:•the deduction...
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5th Dec
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An employee's contract of employment may contain provisions entitling him or her to be paid during any periods of sick absence, including the duration...
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5th Dec
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There are two main issues to be considered in these circumstances. The first has to do with introducing a post-termination restriction into the...
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5th Dec
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Statutory maternity pay (SMP)There are in general two rates of SMP: the higher rate and the lower rate.During the first six weeks of the maternity pay...
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5th Dec
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Payment of SMPPayment of statutory maternity pay (SMP) may be made in a like manner and at the same time as the employee would normally be...
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5th Dec
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An annualised hours contract is one in which the employee does not have any set daily or weekly working hours but is required to work not less than a...
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5th Dec
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An employer is liable to pay statutory sick pay (SSP) to an employee in respect of a day of incapacity for work if:•the day forms part of a period of...
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5th Dec
Q&As
The concept of ‘a week’s pay’, calculated in accordance with the Employment Rights Act 1996 (ERA 1996), is important for a number of statutory...
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5th Dec
Q&As
We have assumed, for the purposes of this Q&A, that the employee’s salary has by this time either been suspended, or reduced.An employee's contract of...
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5th Dec
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Up to 5 April 2019, an employee was entitled to be given a written itemised pay statement by their employer, at or before the time any wages were paid...
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5th Dec

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