Chris Cook is a partner and Keely Rushmore is a senior associate at SA Law. They round up the latest rulings.
Updated to include information on the Trade Union Act 2016 provisions on facility time in the public sector, which have not yet come into force.
The law on time off work, including the prescribed reasons for which employers must permit employees to take a reasonable amount of time off work such as time off for dependants, for pregnant employees to attend ante-natal appointments, for adoption appointments, for public duties, for trade union officials to carry out certain duties and for workers to accompany a colleague to a disciplinary or grievance meeting.
A table summarising the compensation payable for breaches of time off rights.
A model request for statutory time off form.
A table setting out the statutory rights to time off work.
The law on training obligations, including the procedure for dealing with statutory requests in relation to study or training, recovery of training costs, and the right to paid time off for training enjoyed by pension scheme trustees, safety representatives, trade union officials and trade union learning representatives.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to time off for health and safety duties.