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Sickness – cosmetic surgery

Cosmetic surgery is often described as ‘elective surgery’, in that it is a voluntary act. But, is an employee entitled to take time off for such voluntary surgery as ‘sickness’?

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Pay cuts – tactics

If a pay cut is unilaterally imposed on employees, then they will almost certainly have the right to resign and claim constructive, unfair and wrongful dismissal.

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Flexible working – update

The right to request flexible working arrangements previously applied to parents of children under six years old (or 18 if the child is disabled), and to employees with caring responsibilities for qualifying adults over age 18. Since 6 April, this now extends to parents of children up to age 16.

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Redundancy – maternity leave

Can a woman on maternity leave be included in a redundancy scheme, just like the other staff? The answer is ‘yes’.

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Paid holiday – entitlement

All workers are now entitled to 5.6 weeks annual leave (was 4.8 weeks).

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ACAS – new Code

The new ACAS Code on discipline and grievance is a very important document. It has been introduced following the abolition of the statutory procedures.

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ACAS Code – problems

There are a few issues that are causing concern about the Code:

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ACAS Code – transitional

Whilst the old statutory procedures have, theoretically, been abolished, the reality is that they did not completely disappear on 6 April, and they may apply for another year or so.

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