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As Her Majesty The Queen prepares to become the first British monarch to celebrate their Platinum Jubilee in 2022, festivities are being planned across the UK – including a special Jubilee Bank Holiday.
UK weather is notoriously unpredictable, and extreme weather events are becoming more frequent. While most conditions are just a minor inconvenience to busy companies, heavy snowfall can have a major impact on employees’ ability to get to work.
When you’re creating an employee benefits package, there’s often a discussion around the maximum holiday entitlement you will offer members of staff. But should you also incorporate a minimum requirement into your annual leave policy?
Most companies can cope day-to-day when someone’s ill, but what happens when a team member is signed off long-term sick? Employee sickness management is a major challenge when you’re running at reduced resources for a prolonged length of time.
With the holiday year drawing to a close for many businesses, employees will be checking how much annual leave they have left in their entitlement. Often, this leads to a sudden surge in requests for last minute time off.
Many companies choose to run their holiday year alongside the calendar year – which means the countdown to Christmas is also the last chance for employees to use their annual leave entitlement. But what happens when someone is unable to take all their holiday before the end of the year?
Every year, around 40,000 people across the UK are selected to take part in jury service – so the chances are a member of your company will be called up at some point.
To help you respond in the most effective way, WhosOff has put together a quick guide to managing staff absences due to jury service commitments…
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