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- Time off for dependants – this right is for emergencies and unforeseen circumstances only. Any other events, ie. Christmas play, Sports day or Birthdays require pre-booked holidays
- Unfair dismissal claims – Employees with less than 2 years of service can claim unfair dismissal if it is due to health and safety breaches, whistle blowing or disability discrimination (statutory rights)
- Pregnancy during recruitment – There is actually no legislation to say that women should reveal they are pregnant. Employers should also avoid asking if they are married, plan to/already have children
- Documented Employment Contract – A contract can be verbally agreed and still be valid. After a month of employment, employers should provide a ‘statement of written particulars of employment’. Although we would advise a written Contract for protection.
- Misconduct investigation – Employers should only suspend employees during investigation if they pose a risk to your business
Sometimes, although it is not a legal obligation, employers should treat employees fair and just. Certain circumstances may require a ‘best practice’ route. Wurkplace offer a monthly HR retainer, available to give employers around the clock advice via phone and email. Get a HR quick quote here or call 0330 400 5490
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