Article Database - Topic: 'Time off' - Keyword: 'Dependant's leave'

 
Q&A - dependants’ leave for inset days Publication date: 10.10.2017
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Q&A - dependants’ leave for inset days..Q. One of our employees who is a parent says that they are entitled to exercise their right to take dependants’ leave whenever their child’s school has an inset (teacher training) day. Is this correct? A. Dependants’ leave is a statutory right to time off to deal with certain domestic emergencies....
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Paid time off to attend a funeral? Publication date: 25.01.2017
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Apparently, nearly 20% of employees have been forced to take annual or unpaid leave to attend the funeral of a close relative or friend. This suggests there’s a right to paid time off to attend a funeral - but is there?
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Dependant’s leave and contacting the employer Publication date: 22.10.2014
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In Ellis v Ratcliff Palfinger Ltd 2014 the employee claimed that he had been unfairly dismissed for exercising his statutory right to take dependant’s leave. But his claim failed because he didn’t do one vital thing. What was it?
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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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Q&A - is a sick pet a domestic emergency? Publication date: 27.06.2014
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Q&A - is a sick pet a domestic emergency?.. Q. If an employee has a pet that’s seriously ill and needs to see a vet, does it count as a domestic emergency? A. It’s entirely your decision - so you can, if you wish, grant them unpaid emergency domestic leave. However, as leave to deal with domestic emergencies that don’t involve dependants,...
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Time off for dependants: what’s “reasonable”? Publication date: 25.02.2013
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From day one of employment, all employees have the right to “reasonable” unpaid time off to deal with emergencies involving their dependants. But how do you decide if an event is reasonable or not?
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Deducting pay for dependant’s leave Publication date: 30.08.2011
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An employee was two hours late because their child’s carer failed to turn up. You’ve agreed that this time can be taken as unpaid dependant’s leave, but just how much can you deduct from their pay? What’s the latest tribunal ruling?
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What is reasonable time off for bereavement? Publication date: 01.12.2009
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Dealing with a grieving employee can be difficult at the best of times, especially if it concerns the death of someone close. So how should you handle requests for time off following a bereavement, and do they have any right to be paid?
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Q&A - When to use dependant’s leave Publication date: 02.10.2008
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Q&A - When to use dependant’s leave.. Q. An employee has asked for dependant’s leave so he can take time off to arrange care for his son. He’s been off for several days and we’ve now discovered that he’s looking after the child himself. Is this what the leave is designed for? If not, how do we play it? A. Dependant’s leave has two purposes....
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Must we pay? Publication date: 06.09.2007
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One of your employees has taken leave, as his parent is ill. Trouble is, he doesn’t know when he’ll be back at work. Must you continue paying him and should you introduce a policy for dealing with future cases?
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