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  • Employment - Letter to next of kin on death of employee
    Letter to next of kin on death of employeeUse our letter to offer your condolences to the deceased's next of kin on the death of an employee. It also raises the issue of final salary and other payments which may be due to the estate or other beneficiaries.Personal contactAs our Death of Employee Policy sets out, once you are notified of an employee's death, it's good practice to contact the deceased's family or next of kin to offer your sincere condolences. It's much better if you can do this personally, over...
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  • Employment - Death of employee policy
    Death of employee policyOur death of employee policy sets out the appropriate steps you and your staff, particularly line managers, should take following an employee's death. You will need to handle the situation carefully and sensitively, both in terms of liaison with the deceased's next of kin and dealing with their work colleagues and clients.A sensitive situationFortunately, it's a rare occurrence, but at some stage you may find yourself faced with the death of an employee. This could be sudden and unexpected...
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  • Employment - Death benefit expression of wishes form
    Death benefit expression of wishes formWhere you provide a life assurance scheme, you should ask employees to complete a death benefit expression of wishes form to enable them to set out their wishes in relation to the lump sum death in service benefits payable under the scheme. An expression of wishes, rather than an automatic nomination, ensures that inheritance tax (IHT) won't be payable on the sum. Life assurance schemeIf you provide a life assurance scheme, it will typically provide a lump sum death benefit...
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