maternity Search Results
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Acknowledgement ofleave - eligible for Pay
Used by the employer to acknowledge the employees intention to commenceLeave, and that they are eligible for Pay.
Acknowledgement ofleave - not eligible for Pay
Used by the employer to acknowledge the employees intention to commenceLeave, that they are not eligible for Pay, and what their options are.
leave notification form
Used by the EMPLOYEE to notify the employer that they are pregnant and when they will commenceLeave, giving options covering what Ordinary Leave (OML) and Additional Leave (AML) they will be taking, and whether they will be using any of their holiday entitlement at the beginning or end of the Leave period.
leave notification letter
Used by the EMPLOYEE to notify the employer that they are pregnant and when they will commenceLeave, and requesting whether they are entitled to Pay.
leave return to work notification letter
Used by the EMPLOYEE to give notice that they will be returning to work as planned.
leave return to work reminder letter
Used by the EMPLOYER as a reminder to the employee to confirm whether they will be returning to work as planned, or not.
The Equal Opportunities Policy provides specific protection to the Company in respect of the Age Discrimination Regulations that came into force in October 2006. This Policy follows ACAS guidelines to comply with the Age Discrimination Regulations, and fulfils requirements previously required by the Sex, Race and Disability Discrimination Acts and other relevant Regulations.
It is against the law for a company to discriminate against anyone on the grounds of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, pregnancy,, race (which includes colour, nationality and ethnic or national origins), sexual orientation, religion or belief, or because someone is married or in a civil partnership. Similarly if your employees discriminate against a colleague or customer your company could be held vicariously liable for their acts, and be responsible for paying the compensation or damages to the victim of the discrimination.
If a company can prove that it has done all that was reasonable to prevent the discriminatory acts from occurring then its liability can be reduced or entirely eliminated. Having an equal opportunities policy, and apprising all staff of its existence is one of the things that a reasonable employer should do.