Be ready for the new Flexible Working laws with our Flexible Working Toolkit for £299+VAT.
Before reading on, you may like to review our previous articles on Flexible Working:
Overview & Flowchart on Flexible Working Requests, and
What to do when faced with a Flexible Working request.
With the new laws in place, it’s a good time to think about how to handle multiple requests for flexible working, and to create a flexible working policy to include in your employee staff handbook. If you already have a policy, you will need to update it after 30th June 2014 to reflect the new laws.
With The Flexible Working Toolkit you can be confident that:
– Your business is complying with the new flexible working laws and procedures
– You can demonstrate this to your current staff and prospective employees
– You have the paperwork in place to handle requests in the new “reasonable manner” with minimum administrative upheaval on the business.
The toolkit includes :
A new Flexible Working Policy
Template letters for employees (they’re entitled to ask you for guidance)
Template letters for the business to respond to requests for flexible working to make administration as easy as possible
30 minutes legal consultation with one of our lawyers to help you tailor the policy to your company, we can also highlight areas where the policy may need further refining in future.
All for £299 plus VAT.
Your consultation can be by phone on 0203 755 5288, by email on Richard.Mullett@TheLegalPartners.com or
by Skype at richardmullett.
For a quick visual summary of the key points and more practical tips on dealing with flexible working requests check out our slideshare, below or opposite flexible working laws made easy
For more information or queries about issues discussed in this article, please contact Richard Mullett by email. To speak directly with Richard or any other of The Legal Partners team of specialist business and HR lawyers based at our Richmond UK office, or our partner lawyers in Singapore or Guanzhou, please call +44 203 755 5288
This article explains the main legal issues and common situations to consider. It is not a substitute for legal advice. Please get in contact to discuss your particular issue or queries.