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Homeworking policy

Policy statement The Company recognises that working from home has advantages to the individual, enabling them to better balance their work and personal lives, and that it can also benefit the

Paternity leave policy

The purpose of this policy is to confirm and communicate the Company’s paternity leave arrangements and application procedures to ensure that all employees requesting paternity leave are treated fairly and

Sustainable workplace policy guidance notes

The TUC Green Workplaces project has found that a typical workplace produces ten times more carbon dioxide emissions than those produced by the homes and personal lives of its workforce.

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Internet and email policy

This Policy covers the use of electronic communications systems and equipment, including Internet and email systems, by employees for both business and private purposes and the monitoring by the Company

Grievance policy

Purpose and scope The purpose of a grievance procedure is to enable employees to raise a work-related problem, concern or complaint and to have the matter dealt with as quickly

Equal opportunities policy

Purpose and scope The purpose of this Equal Opportunities Policy is to communicate our commitment to equality of opportunity in employment, with the aims of ensuring that all employees and

Sickness absence policy

Sickness absence can be disruptive, costly and cause low morale.

Adoption policy

The purpose of this policy is to communicate the statutory right to adoption leave and pay, enabling employees seeking to adopt to prepare and make decisions about their future.

Time off for training policy guidance notes

Implementing the policy  This policy is intended to help employers comply with the statutory framework following the implementation of the Apprenticeships, Skills, Children and Learning Act 2009, which amended the

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Grievance policy guidance notes

Grievance procedures are aimed at encouraging employers and employees to resolve disputes in the workplace without the need to resort to a tribunal claim as a remedy. Tribunals must take

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