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  • Employment - Zero-hours contract clause
    Zero-hours contract clauseA zero-hours contract is generally one where you're not obliged to provide the worker with any work at all and the worker is not obliged to accept any hours offered. There are no guaranteed minimum hours of work. Therefore, in a particular week, the worker may work "zero" hours. No guaranteesIt's for you to decide the best working arrangement for your staff to meet the needs of your business. A Zero-Hours Contract enables a flexible arrangement where the hours worked depend on business...
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  • Employment - Probation period clause
    Probation period clauseIt's common for new employees to be subject to a probation period, during which time you will closely monitor their performance and conduct. However, be aware that labelling an employee as a "probationer" has very little effect on the employer/employee relationship.On probationIt's always advisable to make a new employee subject to a probationary period, usually three or six months, but it can be longer or shorter. During this time, you should appraise the employee on a regular basis,...
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  • Employment - Suspension on medical grounds letter
    Suspension on medical grounds letterSome jobs are covered by special health and safety regulations under which employees may be suspended from work on medical grounds. Use our letter to suspend an employee in this scenario but be aware of the circumstances which may give rise to a medical suspension and the fact you may be obliged to pay a medical suspension payment.Employees coveredEssentially, the regulations apply to employees who work with ionising radiation, lead or some other potentially hazardous substance....
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  • Employment - Satisfactory probationary period letter
    Satisfactory probationary period letterUse our satisfactory probationary period letter to confirm an employee's successful completion of their probationary period. If the employee was subject to a lesser notice period during probation, make sure they understand that the greater notice period will now apply to their continued employment.Satisfactory completionThe majority of employees who are subject to a probationary period will be entirely satisfactory and you will therefore wish to confirm their appointment...
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  • Employment - Extension of probationary period letter
    Extension of probationary period letterWhere a probationary employee is not achieving the standards of performance or conduct that you expect, you might wish to consider extending their probationary period. In this case, you will first need to check the position on extension under the employee's contract of employment.Probationary periodsWhen taking on new employees you might provide for a "probationary period". This is usually three to six months, although it could be longer or shorter. However, note that,...
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