Just to let you know... If you are an existing user before 18th September, you may notice the model documents have changed. This is to coincide with our website relaunch: we wanted to refresh the content too. Don't worry, these are not legally required changes so you can continue to use the previous version you have saved or downloaded. (We have kept the previous date as well to make it easy to reference.)
This policy clarifies the organisation's approach to on-call working, explaining the rights and responsibilities of employees who are on call.
This policy covers the Company's position on time off or change of work patterns for attending or watching sporting or special events, including the application procedure.
This policy states that employees wishing to temporarily reduce their working hours should request this in writing, and that the Company will endeavour to accommodate such requests where practicable.
This policy sets out the rules relating to the employment of young people, including information on hours of work and health and safety.
This policy outlines the Company's position on overtime, that it should be approved in writing by a relevant manager beforehand, and at what point there will be an enhanced rate of pay.
This policy covers the process for notifying the organisation, conflicts of interest, confidential information, working time and working in a second job when on sick leave from the organisation.
The purpose of this policy is to set out the organisation’s approach to working hours, including information on daily hours, rest breaks, weekly hours, night work and annual leave.
This document contains a choice of two clauses, one that applies to those paid waged and one that applies to those earning salaries.
This letter can be sent to an employee undertaking secondary employment asking them to provide specific details of this to ensure they are not working more than 48 hours per week, which would be in breach of the Working Time Regulations 1998.
Use this letter template to acknowledge an employee's request to opt out of Sunday working and to explain their rights and confirm that they will no longer be required to work on Sundays.