Downloadable and customisable documents relating to flexible working. For more information on this area, see the 'how to' guide on managing flexible working.
This letter should be used to accept an employee's request for flexible working. It is important to adapt this letter carefully and ensure that the amended terms reflect both parties’ intentions.
This letter should be used when declining an employee's request for flexible working, setting out the reasons why flexible working is not suitable and the request has been declined.
This letter confirms the dates of a trial period for a flexible working arrangement, detailing any salary alterations and what will happen once the trial period ends.
This letter should be used by employees to make an application to work flexibly. The letter outlines the hours/days and location of their requested working arrangement. The letter also includes sections for the employee to detail how a change in their working arrangement would affect their employer and colleagues and how this change could be dealt with.
This policy covers eligibility, contents of the request and the flexible working procedure.
This letter can be used to confirm that a trial period of flexible working was successful.
This letter can be used to invite an employee to a flexible working meeting.
This letter can be used to reschedule a flexible working appeal meeting.
This letter can be used to reschedule a flexible working meeting.
This letter can be used to acknowledge a flexible working request, and deal with it either under the usual procedure, under an alternative procedure, or decline the request.
This letter confirms the company position on loss or damage to any equipment given to employees.
This letter can be sent to managers to confirm the current company position on flexible working requests.