Updated to include a reference to the Government's announcement about an additional bank holiday in 2022.
Updated to flag up some of the issues that could arise during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak that mean bereaved employees require additional support.
Updated to include information on Hawkes v Ausin Group (UK) Ltd, in which a dismissal connected to membership of the reserve forces was found to be fair.
Improved with further practical guidance for employers on their options when drafting a compassionate leave policy.
Updated to reflect that the upper age limit for jury service increased from 70 to 75 on 1 December 2016.
Practical guidance on dealing with requests for time off for antenatal care, including the right for fathers and partners to attend appointments.
Practical guidance on the opt-out process in relation to the maximum working week under the Working Time Regulations 1998, including obtaining workers' consent; the opt-out agreement; and record-keeping.
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 dealing with the annual leave entitlement of an employee taking maternity leave, including allowing carry-over of leave into the next year.
Practical guidance on dealing effectively with sickness that occurs during or just before a period of holiday, including the effect of the ECJ judgments in "Stringer" and "Pereda".
Practical step-by-step advice on how to manage workplace situations relating to working time.
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