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TIME OFF

Right to time off for public duties extended

On 1 October 2018 the statutory right to time off work to undertake public duties will be extended. Who will this right apply to and is the right to time off and pay for this reason unlimited? More...

TIME OFF WORK

Time off work to give evidence

An employee has informed you that she is required to attend court to give evidence as a witness. Does she have the statutory right to time off work for this purpose and must you pay her during her absence? More...

JURY SERVICE

Q&A - are they (un)paid during jury service?

TIME OFF

Q&A - employees who are school governors

PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT

Employing a Volunteer Forces Reservist

An employee wants to join the Territorial Army as a Reservist. Commendable, but you’ve heard they will be entitled to months of paid leave which you can ill afford. But is this really true, and could there be some benefits for you? More...

HEALTH AND SAFETY

Have your own in-house firefighter

The government has just launched a new campaign to encourage employers to allow staff to be “on-call” firefighters during working hours. Sounds like a bit of a pain, but could it bring any free benefits to your business? More...

TIME OFF

Time off to carry out public duties?

An employee has requested 20 days’ leave to carry out public duties as a member of a prison visiting committee. Does such a legal right exist, and if so, do you have to pay them during the time off? More...

TIME OFF

Q&A - who pays for the firefighter’s time?

Last updated: 07.12.2018

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