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Pre-Existing Agreement For Employer To Inform And Consult Employees (Problems At Work)

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Genie Team
Genie Team
Oct, 04 2022

When to use this template

This document is an agreement to establish a forum where employers can share workplace information and concerns with employees. The agreement meets the requirements for a pre-existing agreement under regulation 8 of the Information and Consultation of Employees Regulations 2004 (SI 2004/3426) (ICE Regulations).

This agreement should not be used if at least 2% of the workforce has requested a negotiated agreement or the employer has given notice to the workforce that it intends to negotiate an agreement under the ICE Regulations.

If either of those instances occur, search Genie AI for "Negotiated Agreement For Employer To Inform And Consult Employees (Problems At Work)"

Key issues covered in this template

  • Collective bargaining
  • Confidentiality breach
  • Employee confidentiality
  • Employee information
  • Employee representative
  • Employee representative's office
  • Forum intranet
  • Meeting agenda
  • Senior managers
  • Voting majority
  • N/A

What to watch out for

  • The agreement should not be used where at least 2% of the workforce has requested a negotiated agreement or the employer has given notice to the workforce that it intends to negotiate an agreement under the ICE Regulations

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Additional information

Business categories

Relevant sectors

Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing

Mining

Construction

Transport

Wholesale

Manufacturing

Energy

Retail

Finance

Real Estate

Consumer, Public & Health Services

Media

Insurance

Legal Services

Education

Technology

Sport & Entertainment

Consultancy

Public Administration

Other

Relevant company sizes

1 - 3

20 - 49

250 - 999

4 - 19

50 - 249

1000 +

Governing law

England and Wales

Language

English UK

Gender neutral

Yes