Pay and Salary
As an employer, it is important to issue changes to pay/salary in writing, especially if you are changing an Employees original Terms and Conditions of Employment.
This just reduces the cause for miscommunication if everything is formally confirmed in writing. In this section, you are provided with all the relevant correspondence to pay/salary documentation.
It is important that as an Employer you comply with relevant statutory legislation, we ensure that all of our documentation is in accordance with legislation.
Should you not be able to find what you are looking for please do contact a member of the HR and You Ltd team, we as always are more than happy to assist.
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Pay and Salary Tool Kits
|Bonus Payment Letter|
This letter can be used to send to Employees to advise of a bonus payment to them, you should include the relevant details of the payment and when this will be paid.
|Certificate of Completion of Apprenticeship|
Certificate of Completion of Apprenticeship
Employers can use this letter to issue to an Apprentice upon the successful completion of their placement, to recognise the achievement and qualification achieved.
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|Confirmation of Pay Freeze Letter|
This Letter is to inform employees that there will be a pay freeze
|Letter to Employee to Extend Furlough Leave|
Letter to Employee to Extend Furlough Leave
The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (otherwise known as the ‘furlough scheme’) has been extended across the UK until 30 September 2021.
Where the Employee has been furloughed and you now wish to extend their period of furlough, you will need to obtain your Employee’s consent to this.
It is recommended that you contact the Employee by telephone or arrange a virtual meeting with them to notify the Employee of the proposal to extend their furlough in the first instance, and confirm this in writing, as below.
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|Letter to Former Employee Setting Out Intention to Make a Civil Claim for Unreturned Company Property|
This template letter can be used where an ex-employee has failed to return property belonging to the company. An employer can only make a deduction from the employee’s salary to cover the cost of unreturned property where the employee’s contract of employment permits this, or there is a prior written agreement authorising a deduction from wages for this purpose.
|Loan Repayment for Employee Agreement|
This is an agreement for an employee for a loan repayment
|National Minimum Wage Increase Letter|
This Letter is for the National Minimum Wage Increase
|Over payment of Wages Letter|
This letter is to inform an employee of a wage over payment
|Reference Letter for Financial Purposes|
This letter can be used to send t financial institutions or finance companies for example mortgage providers to confirm salary and start dates of Employees.
This is not an employment reference letter.
|Salary Increase Letter|
This letter can be used to issue to Employees to confirm a salary increase and acts as a variation letter, this letter can be amended to suit salary or hours should an Employer require.
|Salary Over Payment Letter|
This letter can be used to send to advise Employees that an overpayment has been made to them by way of salary/pay, a clause must be included in contracts of employment to allow for deductions to earnings to allow for such deductions and Employers should provide sufficient notice.
All deductions must comply with statutory legislation under the Equal Pay Act
|Seeking an Agreement to Reduce Pay to Avoid Redundancy|
This letter can be used to seek the agreement of an Employee to avoid a termination due to redundancy by way of a reduction in pay, consent in this situation must be reached.
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|Statutory Retention Periods|
We have provided you with a comprehensive guide, the table summarises each area, the main legislation regulating statutory retention periods and the period for retention. we have also included areas that do not have specific statutory legislation that regulates them.
If an employer is in doubt, it is a good idea to keep records for at least 6 years (5 in Scotland), to cover the time limit for bringing any civil legal action.
This guide covers, all areas of HR including recruitment, through to leavers, H&S which includes medical and also Accounting records.
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|Undertaking to Repay Costs Incurred During External Training Courses|
This Agreement must be signed by both parties prior to commencement of the Course.
When enforcing the right conferred by this agreement an employer should ensure that in cases of redundancy or ill health dismissal, the final pay must remain above the NMW.
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|Variation to Working Days|
Variation to working days
You can issue this letter where an Employee is amending their working days/patterns, the variation must be agreed with the Employee in writing.
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