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Varying contracts

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  • Date:
    2 September 2021
    Type:
    Podcasts and webinars

    Podcast: Are your employment contracts fit for purpose?

    When was the last time you reviewed your employees' contracts of employment? Do they reflect changed circumstances and current business needs? Employment lawyer Max Winthrop examines why it is important to understand and review the terms and conditions of the employment relationship, including those that may evolve through custom and practice.

  • Date:
    9 June 2021
    Type:
    News

    Acas launches guidance to dissuade fire and rehire misuse

    Acas has produced further guidance around negotiating changes to staff contracts in response to concerns about "fire and rehire" practices.

  • Date:
    13 April 2021
    Type:
    Podcasts and webinars

    Podcast: Legal aspects of moving to hybrid working

    What process should employers follow when moving their workforce to hybrid working? Principal employment law editor Stephen Simpson joins us to discuss the legal aspects of implementing hybrid working and answer HR's questions about making the move.

  • Type:
    Liveflo

    Terms and conditions: Vary an employee's terms and conditions

    Use this terms and conditions workflow to vary the contractual terms and conditions of one or more of your employees in accordance with good practice and the obligation to consult over the proposed change.

  • Type:
    Policies and documents

    Future of work: Letter inviting employee to meeting to discuss move to hybrid working

    A model letter to invite an employee to a meeting to discuss a potential permanent move to hybrid/blended working. For example, your organisation could seek to agree with the employee to split their time between working from home and attending the workplace, or to build increased flexibility into the employee's working location.

  • Type:
    Policies and documents

    Future of work: Letter to employee confirming move to hybrid working

    A model letter to confirm a permanent move to hybrid/blended working. For example, your organisation could have agreed with the employee to split their time between working at home and attendance at the workplace, or to build increased flexibility into the employee's working location.

  • Type:
    Policies and documents

    Letter to employee to authorise change to their pay date

    A model HR letter to an employee proposing to change their pay date.

  • Type:
    FAQs

    When can an employer demote an employee lawfully?

  • Date:
    31 July 2020
    Type:
    Podcasts and webinars

    Managing your workforce out of lockdown webinar: Varying employment contracts - what you need to know

    Employment lawyer Darren Newman guides us through the process of varying an employee's terms and conditions including the procedure for dismissing and re-engaging an employee, and how to deal with an avalanche of flexible working requests from employees who want to make their lockdown way of working permanent.

  • Date:
    24 July 2020
    Type:
    Commentary and analysis

    Demotion during post-pandemic restructuring

    Demoting employees as part of a restructuring programme may offer a more favourable alternative to redundancies, but employers need to beware of the ramifications of making such contractual changes and to ensure the process followed is lawful. Paida Dube, employment law solicitor at DavidsonMorris, explains.