What happens when employees do not work their notice period? Do you pay them? And what's happening with the gender gap in 2016? There's always so much speculation so we wanted to show you the definitive Top 10 FAQs as reported by XpertHR in May 2016. Read on for answers...
1. If an employer provides for pro rata bank holiday entitlement for part-time employees, how should it calculate this?
2. Must an employer disclose notes and witness statements produced during a grievance or disciplinary procedure if an employee requests them?
3. Where an employee resigns but does not work the required notice period, is the employer under any obligation to pay him or her for this period?
4. What information will employers be required to publish under the gender pay gap reporting duty?
5. For how long should an employer keep an employee or ex-employee’s personnel files?
6. If an employee receives a payment in lieu of notice, will his or her annual leave entitlement accrue up to the termination date, or the end of the notice period?
7. What is the relevance for employers of May 2016 in relation to gender pay gap reporting?
8. Can an employer cancel an employee’s booked period of annual leave?
9. What is a TUPE transfer?
10. Do employees have a right to time off to attend doctor or dentist appointments?
Source: Personnel Today & XpertHR
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