Category: Employment Law for People

How Much is Redundancy Pay?

How Much is Redundancy Pay?

If you are made redundant from your job, you may be eligible to receive redundancy pay. There are two types of redundancy pay: statutory and contractual. Statutory redundancy pay is required by law to...

What is My Notice Period?

What is My Notice Period?

Your notice period refers to the time between the date you formally advise your employer that you resign and the date your contract of employment will officially end. Before resigning from employment, you will need...

Can I Take Unpaid Parental Leave?

Can I Take Unpaid Parental Leave?

Unpaid parental leave allows eligible employees to take a limited amount of time off work each year on an unpaid basis for child-related reasons such as to spend more time with their children or...

Contracted Hours Not Being Met?

Contracted Hours Not Being Met?

The problem of contracted hours not being met can affect employees in different types of industry, but is particularly prevalent in the hospitality, retail and construction sectors where working patterns are changed to suit...

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Paternity Leave Form

Employees meeting the qualifying criteria have a statutory entitlement to take either one or two weeks’ paternity leave within eight weeks of the birth of their child or of adopting a child. As an...