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  1. I think as far as the "Back to Work" interview it depends on the specific terms and conditions of the employer. My Employee's state that "Return to Work" will take place no later than four weeks from the date that we return to work, although in reality it takes place within three days. As for anything becoming "Null & Void" I have no idea about that as absence is absence as far as I know. Perhaps a more knowledgeable person will be able to give a more informative answer.
  2. Whilst you are off on sick leave you are still entitled to accrue your full holiday entitlement (i.e. if your holiday entitlement is 28 annual and you have not taken any holidays, you are still entitled to the 28 days) However you cannot take your annual leave whilst off on sick leave unless your employer agrees to this in advance, otherwise you must wait until you return to work and then take your annual leave. Unless you are dismissed on capability whilst off on sick leave in which you will be paid for your annual leave as part of your dismissal settlement. I was off work on long term
  3. Trusty Paws Clinic Glasgow Simon Community has announced a new partnership with 4th year Veterinary students to provide a free monthly clinic for dogs belonging to homeless people at their RSVP Advice and Information Hub. This is a fully equipped/professional “pop up” clinic overseen by a qualified vet and the clinic will take place on the first Wednesday of each month from 2-5pm. RSVP Advice and Information, 72 London Road,G1 5NP. People who are homeless can contact the RSVP service on Freephone 0800 027 7466 This service only deals with Dogs not other pets. htt
  4. Work and Pensions Secretary, Iain Duncan Smith laid out the government’s long-term economic plan to prevent EU migrants coming to the UK and accessing benefits. The new regulations mean that under Universal Credit no EU households will be able to access means-tested benefits in the UK without having worked here first and came into effect on 09th March 2015 (As I am new I cannot post links, so please put the usual H-T-T-P at the beginning in order to read the press release gov.uk/government/news/eu-jobseekers-barred-from-claiming-universal-credit Link added: https://www.gov.uk/g
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