By Chris Turner
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6. Provides absolute entitlement for time off: ■âŒ€ to help when a dependant is ill, injured, or is assaulted; ■âŒ€ to make arrangements for provision of care for a dependant who is ill or injured; ■âŒ€ in consequence of the death of a dependant; ■âŒ€ because of unexpected disruption to the care arrangements of a dependant; ■âŒ€ to deal with issues involving a child of the employee arising in an educational establishment. 7. Now under Paternity and Adoption Leave Regulations 2002 employee may take ‘ordinary adoption leave’ and ‘additional adoption leave’ with broadly the same qualifications and rights as maternity leave.
8. Employees will qualify for a payment: ■âŒ€ with one month’s consecutive service; ■âŒ€ for a workless normal workday; ■âŒ€ the reason is a diminution of work or other event affecting normal work of business. 9. There is no entitlement where: ■âŒ€ there is a trade dispute; ■âŒ€ suitable alternative employment has been refused; ■âŒ€ employee ignores reasonable attendance requirement. g. 20 in 2010. Scheme subject to tax, job seekers allowance unavailable. Complaint must go to tribunal in three months.
3. Moaning is commonplace, taking a grievance procedure is not so it is important to take the employee’s complaint seriously. 2 Grievance procedures 1. Stages in process: ■âŒ€ employee sends grievance in writing to employer; ■âŒ€ employer invites employee to at least one meeting (after full information given to other employee with right to respond); ■âŒ€ employer informs employee of decision in writing with reasons and right to appeal; ■âŒ€ employee informs if wishing to appeal; ■âŒ€ if so employer holds further meeting; ■âŒ€ employer informs employee of final decision.