HR Toolkit: Bereavement Leave

This HR Toolkit: Bereavement Leave will help you to deal with grievances and disputes fairly and speedily, before they develop into major problems and potentially legal disputes.

Complete Guide to Bereavement Leave

My HR toolkit: Bereavement Leave provides an essential toolkit with practical guidance, meeting scripts and template letters to enable you to manage employees who have experienced a bereavement fairly and consistently.

My HR Toolkit: Bereavement Leave will take you step by step through the statutory entitlement that was introduced on 6 April 2020 and is designed for you to implement immediately and keep your business compliant. My HR Toolkit: Bereavement Leave also takes you step by step through best practice techniques when an employee experiences a bereavement that is outside the scope of the statutory legislation. When you implement my HR Toolkit: Bereavement Leave you will not only be legally compliant but you will also deal with bereavement matters fairly and consistently.

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When you buy my HR Toolkit: Bereavement Leave you will be taking the first steps towards protecting your business

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Content of the Kea HR Toolkit: Bereavement Leave

The Managers Guidance Notes provide a quick reference guidance to the new statutory entitlement to Parental Bereavement Leave and describe best practice techniques for bereavement of an older child, other family member or friend.

The Managers Guidance Notes cover:

  • Introduction to the new legislation
  • Future Developments
  • Compliance with GDPR
  • Parental Bereavement Leave and Pay
  • Bereavement/Compassionate Leave for Deaths Outside the Statutory Entitlement
  • How to Support a Bereaved Employee

Each section is supported by all the template documents you will need to navigate through the process and can be customised to suit your business style.

My Bereavement Leave is designed for you to implement immediately and keep your business compliant with this new legislation that is introduced on 6 April 2020.I enclose my Template Parental Bereavement Leave Policy in the resource materials which complies with the new legislation, I also enclose my Template Compassionate Leave Policy to help you deal with the situation where an employee suffers the loss of a family member, if you have a policy in place that you are happy with you can use that, but if you don’t have one or are worried yours may no longer be legally compliant you can use my template policy, which has been reviewed for compliance with GDPR.

The template documents include:

  • Letter explaining to managers the introduction of parental bereavement leave
  • Form to record that an employee is taking parental bereavement leave
  • Letter to an employee expressing condolences following death of a family member
  • Letter to an employee confirming that they are taking parental bereavement leave
  • Form for an employee to provide notice and evidence of entitlement to parental bereavement pay

Created: April 2020.

In addition to the HR Toolkit: Bereavement Leave you will receive:

Support with Interpretation and Application
I will be available, at no extra charge in the first 12 months of purchase, to provide you with a quick check on the interpretation or application of the content of the HR Toolkit: Bereavement Leave. There are no limits on the number of times you can use the facility, or the length of time each situation takes to resolve. You can use the facility to clarify a step in the process, seek advice on a specific situation that is happening in your business or send me a letter you have amended to check it is still legally compliant.
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I am constantly reviewing the content of my HR Toolkit: Bereavement Leave and if I make any changes within the first 12 months of purchase I will pass these on to you at no extra charge.
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