Employment Reference

Employment Reference

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Business card, compliments slip or a company letterhead

Debit Card Form

Credit / Debit Card - Payment Authorisation Slip

Sign and complete this form to authorise Moyses Stevens to make a onetime debit to your credit/debit card listed below. By signing this form you give us permission to debit your account for the amount indicated on or after the indicated date. This is permission for a single transaction only, and does not provide authorization for any additional unrelated debits or credits to your account.

I authorize the above named business to charge the credit/debit card indicated in this authorization form according to the terms outlined above. This payment authorization is for the goods/services described above, for the amount indicated above only, and is valid for one time use only. I certify that I am an authroized user of this credit/debit card and that I will not dispute the payment with my card companyl so long as the transaction corresponds to the terms indicated in this form.

Job Performace Evaluation Form

Job Performace Evaluation Form

Permormance Review

  • Use a current job description
  • Rate the person’s level of performance, using the definitions below
  • Review with employee each performance factor used to evaluate his/her work performance
  • Give an overall rating in the space provided, using the definitions below as a guide
  • Use comments box for any additional information

Performance Rating Definitions

The following ratings must be used to ensure commonality of language and consistency on overall ratings: (There should be supporting comments to justify ratings of ‘Outstanding’ ‘Below Expectations’ and ‘Unsatisfactory’)

A. PERFORMANCE FACTORS (use job description as basis of this evaluation)

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

B. EMPLOYEE STRENGTHS AND ACOMPLISHMENTS

Include those wgich are relevant during this evaluation period. This should be related to perfomance or behavioral aspects you appreciated in their performance. To be completed by Manager

C. PERFORMANCE AREAS WHICH NEED IMPROVEMENT:

To be complated by Manager

D. PLAN OF ACTION TOWARD IMPROVED PERFORMANCE:

To be completed by Manager

E. EMPLOYEE COMMENTS:

F. JOB DESCRIPTION REVIEW SECTION

(Please check the appropriate box)

The modified job description is attached to this evaluation.

G. SIGNATURES:

Employee Health Questionnaire

Employee Health Questionnaire

The medical details you disclose on this form remain confidential. Please complete the sections identified by Human Resources.

Section 1. Personal Details

This section to be completed by all staff groups
 
 
 

Section 2. Details of Job

This section to be completed by all staff groups
 
 

Section 2a

This section to be completed by all staff groups
 

Section 3. Medical History

It is important that you give a true and full account of any medical problems when asked. If the answer to any of the following questions is "Yes" please give details.
3a Only Shift Workers and/or Night Workers complete this section
 
3b Only Drivers complete this section
 

Pension MS

To help people save more for their retirement, all employers are now required by law to provide a workplace pension scheme for certain staff and pay money into it.

We will be using NEST as our workplace pension scheme for automatic enrolment.

We started automatically enrolling our employees from the 1st August 2016.

As we have decided to use postponement, you will be enrolled after your probation period of 3 months.

Therefore, if you meet all of the following criteria:

  • You earn over £192 per week (or £833 per month)
  • You are aged 22 or over and
  • You are under state pension age
  • Been employed with the Company for more than 3 months

We will automatically enrol you into NEST.

You can opt out of the pension scheme if you want to, but if you stay in you will have your own personal pension when you retire. Your pension will belong to you, even if you leave us in the future.

If I want to stay in the scheme do I have to pay in?

  • You will pay in 1% of your earnings each pay period. This will be taken directly from your pay and may include tax relief from the government. We will also pay in 1% of your earnings each pay period. Therefore, the total amount put into your pension pot will be 2% of your earnings.

What if I don’t want to join the scheme?

  • If you don’t want to join the scheme, you need to ask to leave it. You can choose to leave the scheme in the one month period starting on either the date of this letter or the date you were put in, whichever is the latest. You do this by completing the form available from our  NEST pension provider and following their instructions.
  • You will need to sign the form, or if you send it electronically it will need to include confirmation that you are submitting it personally.
  • The pension provider will also be able to tell you when the one month period started, if you aren’t sure.
  • If you leave the scheme during this period any money you have already paid into your pension will be refunded and you won’t have become a member of the scheme on this occasion.
  • If you want to stop paying into your pension after the end of this one month period you can. The money you have already put in may be refunded but this will depend on the pension scheme we are using and how long you have been paying into it.

What if I ask to leave the scheme but then change my mind in the future?

  • You can ask to rejoin the scheme by contacting us in writing by sending a letter which has to be signed by you. Or if you send it electronically, it has to contain the phrase, ‘I confirm I personally submitted this notice to join a workplace pension scheme.’
  • If you earn more than £112 a week (£486 a month) we will pay into the pension scheme as well.
  • You can only re-join once in any 12 month period.

If I ask to leave the scheme, what happens after that? 

  • Anyone who asks to leave, or stops paying into, the scheme will be put back into it at a later date (usually every three years if they meet certain criteria). This is because your circumstances may have changed and it may be the right time for you to start saving. We will contact you when this happens and you can ask to leave the scheme.

Will this amount change?

  • As the money you pay in is a percentage of your pay, the amounts will automatically go up or down if your earnings do. Also, we are going to increase the percentage being paid into your pension over the next few years in line with the government’s minimum standards. From *6 April 2018 you will pay 3% of your earnings each pay period and we will pay 2%. And then from *6 April 2019, you will pay 5% and we will pay 3%. * These proposed dates are subject to Parliament approval.

 

 

 

Yours sincerely,

Moyses Stevens

 

Pension FS

To help people save more for their retirement, all employers are now required by law to provide a workplace pension scheme for certain staff and pay money into it.

We will be using NEST as our workplace pension scheme for automatic enrolment.

We started automatically enrolling our employees from the 1st February 2017.

As we have decided to use postponement, you will be enrolled after your probation period of 3 months.

Therefore, if you meet all of the following criteria:

  • You earn over £192 per week (or £833 per month)
  • You are aged 22 or over and
  • You are under state pension age
  • Been employed with the Company for more than 3 months

We will automatically enrol you into NEST.

You can opt out of the pension scheme if you want to, but if you stay in you will have your own personal pension when you retire. Your pension will belong to you, even if you leave us in the future.

If I want to stay in the scheme do I have to pay in?

  • You will pay in 1% of your earnings each pay period. This will be taken directly from your pay and may include tax relief from the government. We will also pay in 1% of your earnings each pay period. Therefore, the total amount put into your pension pot will be 2% of your earnings.

What if I don’t want to join the scheme?

  • If you don’t want to join the scheme, you need to ask to leave it. You can choose to leave the scheme in the one month period starting on either the date of this letter or the date you were put in, whichever is the latest. You do this by completing the form available from our  NEST pension provider and following their instructions.
  • You will need to sign the form, or if you send it electronically it will need to include confirmation that you are submitting it personally.
  • The pension provider will also be able to tell you when the one month period started, if you aren’t sure.
  • If you leave the scheme during this period any money you have already paid into your pension will be refunded and you won’t have become a member of the scheme on this occasion.
  • If you want to stop paying into your pension after the end of this one month period you can. The money you have already put in may be refunded but this will depend on the pension scheme we are using and how long you have been paying into it.

What if I ask to leave the scheme but then change my mind in the future?

  • You can ask to rejoin the scheme by contacting us in writing by sending a letter which has to be signed by you. Or if you send it electronically, it has to contain the phrase, ‘I confirm I personally submitted this notice to join a workplace pension scheme.’
  • If you earn more than £112 a week (£486 a month) we will pay into the pension scheme as well.
  • You can only re-join once in any 12 month period.

If I ask to leave the scheme, what happens after that? 

  • Anyone who asks to leave, or stops paying into, the scheme will be put back into it at a later date (usually every three years if they meet certain criteria). This is because your circumstances may have changed and it may be the right time for you to start saving. We will contact you when this happens and you can ask to leave the scheme.

Will this amount change?

  • As the money you pay in is a percentage of your pay, the amounts will automatically go up or down if your earnings do. Also, we are going to increase the percentage being paid into your pension over the next few years in line with the government’s minimum standards. From *6 April 2018 you will pay 3% of your earnings each pay period and we will pay 2%. And then from *6 April 2019, you will pay 5% and we will pay 3%. * These proposed dates are subject to Parliament approval.

 

 

 

Yours sincerely,

Flower Station

 

 

Health & Safety Training Sheet

Health & Safety Training Sheet

Please select yes if you feel fully confident & trained in relation to the question.

Posters

 

First Aid

 

Fire Training

 

Working At Heights

 

Manual Handling

 

Safe Working Directive

 

Using Equipment Safely

 
Job Title
Employee Name
Employee Signature:

Exit Interview

Exit Interview

What are the reasons for leaving?

Please rank the following

The Job Itself

 

Remuneration & Benefits

 

The Company

 

Supervisor / Line Manager

 

Management