Terminating Fixed-Term Contracts for Businesses

As an employer it’s important that you don’t treat fixed-term workers less favourably than permanent employees doing the same or a similar job. Ending a fixed-term contract is a “dismissal”, therefore fixed-term workers who work continually for you for 2 years or more have the same redundancy rights as a permanent employee. Read our article about what to do when dealing with Fixed-Term contracts.

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Terminating Fixed Term Contracts

It’s that time of year when schools are reviewing their staffing requirements for September and it’s important as an employer that you don’t treat fixed-term workers less favourably than permanent employees doing the same or a similar job.

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Is your single central record up-to-date?

Keeping your single central record up-to-date is a statutory requirement in line with the Staffing Regulations 2009 and Keeping Children Safe in Education 2015. Keeping the record updated is no mean feat but Ofsted will expect you to have all the mandatory fields in place and that you understand why the checks are required.

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