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An employee intending to adopt a child under 18 may be eligible to take up to three different kinds of statutory leave: • ordinary and additional adoption leave •...

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1 [Working time—example 1 1.1 You agree that your average weekly working time may exceed 48 hours and accordingly you 'opt out' of the limit on working time set down by...

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Any employee who fulfils the entitlement criteria (see Entitlement, below) has a statutory right under the Employment Rights Act 1996 (ERA 1996) to make an application to...

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Which protected characteristics are covered There is protection from harassment where it relates to one or more of the following protected characteristics (see: Protected...

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[To be typed on employer’s headed notepaper] [Insert date] Dear [insert name of employee] Invitation to attend work for a 'keeping in touch' (KIT) day I trust that all is...

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Dear [insert name of worker] As you may be aware, the Working Time Regulations 1998 impose a limit on your working time. The precise calculation of the limit is...

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[Insert name of employee] [Insert address of employee] [Insert date] Dear [insert employee’s name] I write with reference to your flexible working application dated...

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[Insert name of intended recipient, eg Mr X, Human Resources Manager] [Insert name of employer company] [Insert address of recipient at employer] [Insert date] Dear [Mr...

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Date: [insert date] Dear [insert name of employee] Congratulations and thank you for telling me about your pregnancy and the date that your baby is due. I am writing to...

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Date: [insert date] Dear [insert name of employee] I am writing to you about your adoption leave and pay. As we have discussed, [you are eligible for up to 52 weeks’...

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[Insert name of employee] [Insert address of employee] [Insert date] Dear [insert employee’s name] I write with reference to your flexible working application dated...

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[Insert name of employee] [Insert address of employee] [Insert date] Dear [insert employee’s name] I write with reference to your flexible working application dated...

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[Insert name of employee] [Insert address of employee] [Insert date] Dear [insert employee’s name] Thank you for your notice of appeal dated [insert date of notice of...

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[Insert name of employee] [Insert address of employee] [Insert date] Dear [insert employee’s name] Thank you for your flexible working request dated [insert date which...

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[Insert name of employee] [Insert address of employee] [Insert date] Dear [insert employee’s name] I write with reference to your appeal regarding your flexible working...

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[Insert name of employee] [Insert address of employee] [Insert date] Dear [insert employee’s name] I write with reference to your flexible working application dated...

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[Insert name of intended recipient, eg Mr X, Human Resources Manager] [Insert name of employer company] [Insert address of recipient at employer] Date: [Insert date on...

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THIS PRACTICE NOTE APPLIES TO OCCUPATIONAL PENSION SCHEMES (DEFINED BENEFIT AND MONEY PURCHASE) Protection of pension rights during periods of family leave Legislation...

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Irrespective of length of service or hours of work, a pregnant employee is entitled to 52 weeks of maternity leave. This is made up of three types of leave: • ordinary...

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FORTHCOMING CHANGE: Proposed new rates for statutory maternity pay (SMP) and maternity allowance, which will be effective from April 2020, have been published by the...

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THIS PRACTICE NOTE APPLIES TO OCCUPATIONAL PENSION SCHEMES (DEFINED BENEFIT AND MONEY PURCHASE) Protection of pension rights during periods of family leave Legislation...

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Instructions: please read all of this before filling in the form Throughout this form, references: • to the ‘Adopter’ mean you; and • to the ‘child’ mean the child...

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Instructions: please read all of this before filling in the form Throughout this form, references: • to the ‘child’ mean the child (whether or not yet placed for...

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Instructions: please read all of this before filling in the form Throughout this form, references: • to the ‘child’ mean the child (whether or not yet born) in respect of...

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Instructions: please read all of this before filling in the form Throughout this form, references: • to the ‘Mother’ mean you; and • to the ‘child’ mean the child...

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Parents of a child (whether born to the parents or adopted) are entitled to take up to 18 weeks of unpaid leave to care for that child at any time before the child's 18th...

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FORTHCOMING CHANGE: A proposed new rate for statutory paternity pay (SPP), which will be effective from April 2020, has been published by the government. It is £151.20...

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1 Introduction 1.1 This document sets out the Company's policy on handling requests by employees for a variation to their terms and conditions of employment relating to:...

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UPDATE: This Precedent does not take into account special requirements that apply to relevant firms (UK deposit-takers with assets of £250m or greater, PRA-designated...

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1 Introduction 1.1 This document sets out the Company's policy on adoption leave and pay, which is of relevance to employees who intend to adopt a child under 18. It is...

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