Work organisation and working patterns
Updated to reflect that the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme has been extended to the end of September 2021.
Updated to reflect that the furlough scheme has been extended until the end of September 2021, with employer contributions increasing from July 2021.
Updated to reflect an increase in the tax-free sum employers can pay to employees for household expenses without the need for evidence of expenditure.
Practical guidance on employing shift workers, including shift patterns; shift premiums; and night work.
Practical guidance on how to set up and manage an overtime system, including overtime pay; time off in lieu and drafting an overtime policy.
Practical guidance on arranging cover for an employee on adoption leave, including fixed-term workers; secondment; acting up; arranging the handover; and the employee's return to work.
Practical guidance on arranging cover for an employee's maternity leave, including fixed-term workers; secondment; acting up; arranging the handover; and the employee's return to work.
Practical guidance on dealing with employment issues caused by severe weather or disruptions to public transport, for example where employees are late or unable to get to work due to public transport strikes, flooding or snow.
Practical guidance on handling a relocation of business premises, including redundancy dismissals and mobility clauses.
Practical guidance on dealing with an employee whose continued employment in their role would contravene the law, for example because of a driving ban.
Practical step-by-step advice on how to manage workplace situations relating to work organisation and working patterns.
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