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Letter advising of NMW rate increase - due to age

Letter advising of NMW rate increase (due to age)The national minimum wage (NMW) is paid according to an employee's age. So a birthday can mean that they're entitled to a present from you in the shape of a pay rise! You should always write to them abou... Read more
 
 

Letter declining a reference

Letter declining a referenceAny reference you provide about an ex-employee must be a true, fair and accurate reflection of that individual. But - as the motto goes - if you can't say anything nice, don't say anything at all! This approach protects your... Read more
 
 

Return to work interview form

Return to work interview form You should always record the information an employee reveals to you during a return to work interview. The easiest way to do this is by using a standard form. This allows you to ask the same questions of all members of s... Read more
 
 

Employee absence record form

Employee absence record formThe average employee in the private sector has 6.4 days' sickness absence each year; the ideal level for any employer is nil. Recording this type of absence in one place allows you to immediately identify how much time off ... Read more
 
 

Invitation to attend return-to-work interview

Invitation to attend return-to-work interview It's a proven fact that any employee who is required to attend a return-to-work interview following a period of sickness absence will think twice about taking any time off in the first place. Invite an em... Read more
 
 

Leaver's checklist

Leaver's checklist Once an employee is getting ready to leave, there will be a number of formalities to go through. It's important that you don't miss anything out here. Our leaver's checklist contains all the important points you (or your managers) need... Read more
 
 

Letter explaining keeping in touch days

 Letter explaining "keeping in touch" daysEmployees on maternity or adoption leave may work up to ten "keeping in touch" days without it having any effect on their statutory right to pay. Before an employee goes on this type of leave, it's helpful to set... Read more
 
 

Letter inviting employee to attend a keeping in touch day

 Letter inviting employee to attend a keeping in touch day An employee is under no obligation to attend a "keeping in touch" (KIT) day - it's entirely their choice. But if you feel this process would be beneficial, you can explain why. You should also ... Read more
 
 

Statement in advance of a work-related event

Statement in advance of a work-related eventIn advance of a major work-related social function, such as a Christmas party or a summer ball, it's worth reminding employees in writing about the standards of behaviour you expect from them, even if you al... Read more
 
 

Letter to employee who is imposing strong beliefs

Letter to employee who is imposing strong beliefsSometimes you come across employees with strong beliefs. The Equality Act 2010 states that an individual must not be treated less favourably because of this. If employees act inappropriately due to the... Read more
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