Is a vestibule?

Is a vestibule?

A vestibule /ˈvɛstɪbjuːl/, also known as an arctic entry, is an anteroom (antechamber) or small foyer leading into a larger space such as a lobby, entrance hall or passage, for the purpose of waiting, withholding the larger space view, reducing heat loss, providing space for outdoor clothing, etc.

What is a secondee employee?

A secondment arrangement involves an employee being temporarily assigned to another part of their own organisation, a different employer within the same group or, in some cases, a different employer altogether (such as a client or business partner).

Can I return to my old job after secondment?

External and internal secondments only The right to return to the substantive post will normally be retained except where this is not practical due to reorganisation or where for business reasons a role requires a long term backfill solution.

Can you end a secondment early?


What does 12 month secondment mean?

The term 'secondment' describes where an employee or a group of employees is assigned on a temporary basis to work for another, 'host' organisation, or a different part of their employer's organisation. On expiry of the secondment term, the employee (the 'secondee') will 'return' to their original employer.

Can my boss just show up at my house?

The most common method employers use to verify employee sick day use is requiring doctor's notes. ... An employer visiting an employee at his or her home is not breaking any laws as long as the employer respects the employee's personal space and privacy.

Can an employer visit a sick employee at home?

There is nothing in law to prevent an employer visiting a sick worker at home, although many people would question their motives for doing so, and depending on the circumstances, many UCU members see it as an intimidatory and aggressive move by the employer.