Article Database - Topic: 'Time off' - Keyword: 'Compassionate leave'

 
Time off for close family bereavements Publication date: 13.06.2019
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An employee who has recently suffered a close family bereavement has told you that they will need to take some time off work. What types of leave are they entitled to and how much time off do you need to give them?
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Time off following a bereavement? Publication date: 07.11.2017
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Time off following a bereavement?..Compassionate leave. In October 2017 funeral service provider CPJ Field published the results of its poll on time off work following a bereavement. 98% of those surveyed believed it is reasonable to take some time off work to grieve following a death of somebody close. However, 25% took no time off at all in this situation,...
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A new right to bereavement leave? Publication date: 06.10.2016
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A new right to bereavement leave?..On the cards? As the law currently stands, employees have no statutory right to bereavement leave in any circumstances (although some employers do grant time off). This situation has been widely criticised and the former Prime Minister, David Cameron, had promised to look into the matter. Whilst no official announcement...
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Acas’ new guidance on managing bereavement Publication date: 22.10.2014
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In early 2014 the government confirmed that it is “not feasible” to introduce statutory bereavement leave for employees. However, to help you deal with this sensitive issue, Acas has issued some new guidance. What does it cover?
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Time off: caring for a terminally ill dependant Publication date: 22.09.2014
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An employee has just taken dependant’s leave as a close relative has been diagnosed with a terminal illness. They now want further time off in order to provide care. What are your options?
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Employees to get four weeks’ bereavement leave? Publication date: 13.12.2013
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Employees have no statutory right to leave, paid or otherwise, if they suffer a family bereavement. However, according to some media reports they may soon be given the right to four weeks’ paid bereavement leave. True or false?
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