Employment law is complicated, with myriad legislation that is continually being revised and added to. You need a service provider that is aware of these changes and works to ensure that your business is not unduly affected as a result of legislative action.
Our Human Resources service is 100% tailored to your needs. We provide a dedicated HR consultant to meet with your key people and conduct an audit of your existing HR documentation and procedures, before preparing new or revised HR documentation which is maintained at regular intervals to ensure compliance with the requirements of legislation.
We review contracts of employment and help to update them as required, and provide a detailed Staff Handbook which includes the following:
- Discipline and grievance procedures
- Discrimination (including age, disability, race, religion, sex, and sexual orientation)
- Employment contracts
- Family-friendly issues (including maternity and paternity leave)
- Flexible working policies
- Holiday pay
- Performance management (including the appraisal process)
- Recruitment and selection procedures
- Redundancy procedures
- Sickness and absence procedures
- Employment relations
With all these areas covered, your business has comfort of a comprehensive HR management system. On an on-going basis, you will receive unlimited telephone and email support or advice from your dedicated HR consultant throughout the period of the contract. In the event that any letters need to be issued (e.g. disciplinary or dismissal issues), we will compile these for you to reflect the particular circumstances of the issue in hand, then guide you through each stage of the process.
A legal expenses policy will be provided in the event of an employment related legal dispute, which would cover legal defence costs and any award of compensation which may be made (subject to the terms and conditions of the policy).
Your dedicated HR consultant will revisit your premises annually to undertake a full audit, and regular newsletters will be issued to keep you abreast of any changes in Employment Law that may affect your business.