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Directors duties factsheet

The Companies Act 2006 (the Act) introduced new provisions on directors` duties, which came into force on 1 October 2007.   The Act includes a statutory statement of directors` duties, which

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Personal relationships at work factsheet

Introduction  Personal relationships among co-workers pose several risks to the business.  They can lead to: Interference or influence in day to day activities Nepotism or favouritism Breach of confidentialityUnacceptable conduct

Part time workers factsheet

RegulationsThe Part-time Workers (Prevention of Less Favourable Treatment) Regulations 2000 (the "Regulations") came into force on 1 July 2000.   The aim of the Regulations is to ensure that part-time workers

Invitation to meeting to discuss outcome of harassment complaint

INVITATION TO MEETING TO DISCUSS OUTCOME OF HARASSMENT COMPLAINT Dear [ ] COMPLAINT Following our meeting on [ ] to discuss your complaint of harassment/discrimination against [ ], I have

Letter confirming outcome of grievance

Further to the grievance meeting that took place on [date], I write to confirm our discussions, the evidence that was produced as a result of my investigation(s) and my decision

Points to consider when varying T and C of employment checklist

Are the changes “contractual” or merely guidance notes i.e. policies and procedures. Only contractual terms require the employee’s consent to a change

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Managing requests for religious holidays checklist

1.  Make sure you treat the request for holiday fairly and sympathetically using a consistent approach.  

ACAS Early Conciliation Factsheet

ACAS early conciliation became mandatory from 6 May 2014.

Dealing with a whistleblower checklist

If a worker wishes to make a disclosure to you under the Public Interest Disclosure Act or you are involved in the disclosure procedure in any way: 1.  If you have one,

Homeworkers Self Assessment Form

Please complete the following form and return it to your manager. The information you provide will be used to assist your manager to assess the feasibility of allowing you to