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Holiday and Statutory Leave Pack

Holiday and Statutory Leave Pack

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✅ Full compliance to UK Employment Laws guaranteed

✅ Expertly written by Employment Law specialists (MSc HRM & CIPD Level 7 MCIPD)

✅ Easy to read and understand - no "legalese"

✅ No monthly fees, just buy and use

✅ Holiday & Statutory Leave Policy 

✅ Factsheet

✅ Holiday Request Booking Form 

✅ Parental Leave Postponement Letter 

✅ Pregnancy Acknowledgement Letter 

✅ Shared Parental Leave Booking Letter 

✅ Refusal of Discontinuous Shared Parental Leave Booking Letter

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Holiday and Statory Leave

Understanding the statutory and minimum entitlements to paid holiday (and other leave) is essential to maintaining the trust in the working relationship between you and your employees, a clear and transparent procedure that explains these entitlements can also help to avoid costly and time-consuming tribunal cases

This pack will provide you with all of the essential knowledge and tools that you need to ensure that every employee in your business is treated equally and that your actions comply with current employment law

Why is this important?

A healthy ‘work-life balance’ is key to keeping employees engaged and motivated, which in turn affects their productivity and attention to detail. Employees may need time off for a variety of reasons, from holiday leave to maternity or dependent care issues, and an effective policy & procedure will support the health and wellbeing of employee’s whilst providing a clear framework on what entitlements are available

There is also a severe penalty for not providing minimum statutory limits of leave to employees, with an employer in breach of providing the required leave at risk of costly claims at an Employment Tribunal, civil claims in County Courts, or Enforcement orders made by the Health & Safety Executive (HSE) leading to improvement notices, unlimited fines and potentially imprisonment for the company owner

Find out more in our Holiday and Annual Leave Case Study