• Keeping in Touch Days

    Allows an employee on unpaid parental leave to go back to work for a few days. For parents who are caring for a newborn or adoptive child, these days help them keep in touch with colleagues and management, refresh their skills and make the transition of returning to the workforce easier.

    Employees on unpaid parental leave get ten keeping in touch days which will not affect their unpaid parental leave entitlements. If an employee extends their unpaid parental leave for another 12 months, they receive an extra ten keeping in touch days.

  • Key Performance Indicator (KPI)

    A measurable value that indicates how well an organisation, department or individual is achieving against set objectives. Each organisation will have their own KPIs about their business, industry, and what they define as success.

  • Key Worker

    A worker who provides an essential service to an organisation. They carry specific skills, knowledge and abilities that few other employees have. This makes key workers hard to replace.

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