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There will be invariably times when Employers will have to take disciplinary action against a staff member, either because of their conduct or behaviour. This document pack provides various templates to assist the drafting of all correspondence and documentation Employers should be issuing throughout a disciplinary event, to ensure they comply with the ACAS Code of Practice.
Employers have a legal obligation to provide, in their contract of employment, the details of the person to whom any employee who has a grievance should apply. The grievance procedure will set out how an application should be made and how it will be dealt with. This document pack provides various templates to assist the drafting of all correspondence and documentation Employers should be issuing throughout a grievance event, to ensure they comply with the ACAS Code of Practice.
Confirming the arrangements that apply to the resignation of a member of staff will protect a business from any future claims. It will also help Employers to clarify what the parties expect to happen after the person has left the business. This document pack will assist the drafting of appropriate correspondence for these circumstances.
Staff absence, whether persistent short-term or long-term, can cause major problems for Employers, especially when these absences are unexpected. This is especially so for SMEs where the effect is greater. Reducing unplanned absence must be a priority for any business. This document pack provides various templates to assist Employers to manage staff absence correctly and effectively and will help ensure the correct drafting of appropriate correspondence in these circumstances.
It is a legal requirement that you issue any employee with a written statement of terms and conditions of employment within two months of their start date. This document pack provides a template written statement setting out the basic terms of employment required to be given to employees under section 1 of the Employment Rights Act 1996 ensuring Employers meet their legal obligations.