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A Tips & Advice Special Report about...

In a nutshell

In a straightforward way, this Special Report explains the rights of part-time workers and shows how to best manage them. It answers all your questions and highlights the possible pitfalls. You’ll learn how to make the most effective use of part-time workers - all in a legally safe, harmonious way.

In detail

There are so many legal issues to get right. Slip up with the law and you're likely to find yourself in tribunal. This Special Report helps you safely deal with all the tricky issues surrounding part-time workers, such as:

  • Recruitment and contracts
  • Calculating annual leave
  • Setting up job-share arrangements
  • Employees with second jobs
  • Dealing with pregnancy
  • Full-time to part-time and flexible working requests
  • Statutory redundancy pay

Plus, the complementary documents will help you put all the advice into practice.

We've created this Tips & Advice Special Report especially for... 

Business owners and managers, HR/personnel managers that want to:

  • Know how to get the most from part-time workers
  • Deal with part-time workers in a legally safe way

Advisors and consultants that want to:

  • Give helpful advice to their clients on how to best manage part-time workers

 

You'll get the following free extras with this Tips & Advice Special Report... 

An Online Service with ready-to-use documents

  • To immediately apply our advice and solutions in practice
  • That you can easily adapt to suit your own requirements

In this Special Report you'll read about...

Introduction

Part-time workers and the law

Recruitment

Annual leave

Job-share arrangements

Second jobs

Pregnancy issues

Full time to part time

Redundancy

Protecting your business

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A Tips & Advice Special Report about...

In a nutshell

This Special Report explains how to deal with awkward and embarrassing workplace problems. We give pointers on how to approach these problems in a professional and legally safe way that won't take up much of your time.

In detail

Managing your workforce can sometimes be a real nightmare. Just think about all those awkward situations that crop up all the time. This Special Report covers the full range of tricky situations such as bullying, office romances, workplace drug abuse, inappropriate dress, odour problems and even the death of a colleague. For each situation, it provides:

  • A brief summary of the issue
  • The underlying dangers
  • The potential legal pitfalls
  • A workable solution

Supported by a series of ready-to-use documents, this Special Report will help you regain control of all those difficult and embarrassing workplace problems.

We've created this Tips & Advice Special Report especially for... 

Employers, personnel managers, personnel consultants, company directors that want to:

  • Approach tricky workplace issues in a professional and legally secure way
  • Retain control and ensure their workers remain productive

Advisors that want to:

  • Support their clients in dealing with tricky workplace issues in the right way

You'll get the following free extras with this Tips & Advice Special Report... 

An Online Service with ready-to-use documents

  • To immediately apply our advice and solutions in practice
  • That you can easily adapt to suit your own requirements

In this Tips & Advice Special Report you'll read about...

Table of contents

  1. How to approach tricky personnel problems
  2. Older workers who aren’t coping
  3. Staff refusing to work together
  4. Conflicting beliefs
  5. Potential bullying
  6. When alcohol is an issue
  7. Smoking cannabis
  8. Aromatic lunches
  9. Inappropriate dress
  10. It’s a bit windy in here
  11. Fat chance of any work
  12. Sex in the toilet - it’s so inconvenient!
  13. The end of an office romance
  14. Financial worries
  15. Death of an employee
  16. Taking further action
  17. Documents

    Agreement for loan repayment

    Alcohol and drugs policy

    Appraisal procedure and form

    Capability procedure

    Clear desk policy

    Confirmation of no further disciplinary action

    Confidentiality agreement

    Disciplinary procedure

    Dress and appearance policy

    Equal opportunities and dignity at work policy

    Notification of disciplinary hearing

    Notice of disciplinary appeal hearing

    Notification of potential dismissal meeting

    Opt-out agreement

    Opt-out agreement letter

    Personal relationships at work policy

    Request to attend investigatory meeting

    Retirement policy

    Sickness absence policy

You can choose from the following options...

Paper

  • The hard copy version
  • Keep it on your desk or use it whenever you're offline

Digital

  • The PDF-version
  • Delivered to your inbox

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A Tips & Advice Special Report about...

In a nutshell

This Special Report helps you, as an employer, make sense of the complex rules surrounding time off work. It clearly explains which rights apply and how much you have to pay (if anything). So when time off requests arrive on your desk, you can take action with clarity and confidence.

In detail

Staff can take time off work for a whole host of reasons. Many of these rights come with a statutory entitlement and minimum level of pay. But getting to grips with these ever developing rights can be tricky for any employer.

This Special Report guides you through the risks and helps you decide which route to take. It covers all the common time off work requests:

  • Holidays
  • Sickness
  • Parental and compassionate leave
  • Civic duties, public appointments and outside activities

Complemented by a series of ready-to-use documents, this Special Report ensures you're able to handle time off work requests in a safe and efficient way.

We've created this Tips & Advice Special Report especially for... 

Business owners and managers, HR/personnel managers that want to:

  • Handle time off work requests with clarity and confidence
  • Have a better view on what to pay and if there's a right to time off

You'll get the following free extras with this Tips & Advice Special Report... 

An Online Service with ready-to-use documents

  • To immediately apply our advice and solutions in practice
  • That you can easily adapt to suit your own requirements

In this Tips & Advice Special Report you'll read about...

Table of contents

Introduction

Holiday pay

Sick pay

Parental payments and compassionate leave

Appointments during pregnancy

Maternity leave and pay

Paternity leave and pay

Shared parental leave

Statutory adoption leave and pay

Emergency leave

Contractual parental rights

Compassionate leave

Civic duties, public appointments and outside activities

Reservists

Public officials

Emergency services volunteers

Health and safety representatives

Trade union duties

Jury service

Time off during a redundancy notice period

Conclusion

Documents

Adoption leave and pay police

Compassionate leave clause

Domestic emergencies policy

Holidays policy

Leaves of absence policy

Letter granting time off to look for work

Maternity policy

Medical and dental appointments policy

Parental leave policy

Paternity leave policy

Return-to-work interview form

Shared parental leave and pay policy

Sickness absence policy

Time off for dependants policy

Time off for jury service letter

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Digital

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A Hot Topic Report about...

In a nutshell

This Special Report helps you deal with flexible working requests swiftly and efficiently. Recent legislation has extended the right to request flexible working to all employees after 26 weeks' service. So it's vital your policies and procedures are up to date and in line with these rules.

In detail

In easy-to-follow steps, this Special Report provides full guidance on the procedures you need to follow.

  • Types of flexible working
  • Criteria to apply for flexible working
  • The process for making and handling a request
    • What to do when a request is received
    • How to respond
    • Legally safe rejection grounds
  • Using trial periods
  • The right of appeal
  • Dealing with any problems

The flexible working regime is a potential minefield for employers. But there's no need to worry if you know the rules. All the advice and solutions in this Special Report will help you apply the law correctly. It's all you need to play it safe.

We've created this Hot Topic Report especially for... 

Business owners and managers, HR/personnel managers and staff, company directors that want to:

  • Safely navigate their way through the potential minefield of flexible working and be able to deal with any requests swiftly and efficiently

 

You'll get the following free extras with this Hot Topic Report... 

An Online Service with ready-to-use documents

  • To immediately apply our advice and solutions in practice
  • That you can easily adapt to suit your own requirements

In this Hot Topic Report you'll read about...

Table of contents

Introduction

Types of flexible working

The right to request flexible working

The process for making a request

Holding the meeting

Considering the application

Trial periods

Right of appeal

Making the arrangement work

Dealing with any problems

Flexible working policy

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A Tips & Advice Special Report about...

In a nutshell

This Special Report shows you how to put together an employment contract that is safe and affords you the most protection. You'll get a clear overview of all the key aspects you should take into account.

In detail

Although the law requires employers to issue all staff with at least a basic contract, this Special Report explains why it's so important to go further. It covers:

  • How to form and issue a contract
  • The distinction from the basic written statement
  • Employment status: does it matter?
  • Terms
    • Contractual and non-contractual terms
    • Unenforceable contract terms
  • Changing the terms with or without staff consent
  • Making deductions such as for holiday pay
  • Breach of contract
    • An employee makes a claim
    • An employer makes a claim
  • Employment contracts and TUPE
  • Statutory provisions

In essence, this Special Report offers all the information you need to meet the requirements of employment law whilst ensuring you retain maximum flexibility for your business.

We've created this Tips & Advice Special Report especially for... 

Business owners, personnel managers and HR officers that want to:

  • Put together an employment contract that is safe and affords them the most protection

In this Tips & Advice Special Report you'll read about...

Table of contents

Forming and issuing a contract

The written statement

Employee or self-employed?

Contractual terms

Changing the terms - with consent

Changing the terms - without consent

Deductions from wages

Breach of contract - the employee’s remedies

Breach of contract - the employer’s remedies

Non-contractual terms

Employment contracts and TUPE

Unenforceable contract terms

Statutory provisions

You can choose from the following options...

Paper

  • The hard copy version
  • Keep it on your desk or use it whenever you're offline

Digital

  • The PDF-version
  • Delivered to your inbox

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A Tips & Advice Special Report about...

In a nutshell

This Special Report unravels the complex maternity rules. It covers all you need to know about managing pregnant workers, from recruitment to post-maternity leave. With this Special Report, you’ll have the law relating to maternity rights at your fingertips. It’s a must-read for all employers that want to approach this tricky subject correctly.

In detail

When managing pregnant workers, employers have to navigate a minefield of legislation, rules and regulations. The advice in this Special Report will help you steer a legally safe and productive path. It provides answers to questions such as:

  • How should I handle time off requests for antenatal care?
  • What can I do in case of poor performance?
  • How do I deal with sickness absence?
  • Do I need to carry out a risk assessment for a pregnant worker?
  • Is it possible to dismiss or make a pregnant employee redundant?
  • Can I take disciplinary action against a pregnant employee?

Plus, the complementary documents will help you put all the advice into practice.

We've created this Tips & Advice Special Report especially for... 

Business owners and managers, HR/personnel managers that want to:

  • Know what their rights and obligations are when it comes to managing pregnant workers

Advisors and consultants that want to:

  • Help their clients navigate a safe path through the minefield of maternity rules

 

You'll get the following free extras with this Tips & Advice Special Report... 

An Online Service with ready-to-use documents

  • To immediately apply our advice and solutions in practice
  • That you can easily adapt to suit your own requirements

In this Special Report you'll read about...

Introduction

Recruitment

Antenatal appointments

Health and safety

Performance management

Sickness absence

Maternity leave

Returning to work

Shared parental leave

Flexible working requests

Redundancy

Disciplinary action

Dismissal

You can choose from the following options...

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Managing Part-Time Workers
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Difficult and Embarrassing Employment Situations
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Time off Work
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Flexible Working
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Safe Employment Contracts
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Managing Pregnant Workers
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