Are You Legally Compliant With Your Employment Documents?
There are certain employment documents an employer is required to provide by law to an employee, the main ones being:
- An employment contract
- A disciplinary, grievance & appeal procedure
Employment documents incorporate legal and contractual obligations and are the foundation of all employment practices. Robust policies and procedures will effectively assist in managing your employees making your business efficient and more profitable.
There are many pitfalls to getting it wrong such as risking an unfair dismissal & indirect or direct discrimination claim to name a couple. With the many changes to ‘Family Friendly Rights’ that came into force earlier this year and recent case law regarding holiday pay and what is deemed to be a week’s pay, can you really afford the time and cost in NOT having the correct documentation in place.
SAVE TIME – Let us audit your employment documents
- Are your documents so safe, you can’t remember where they are?
- Are they out of date?
- Do they pose a risk to your business?
- Are they full of legal jargon and not user friendly?
- Are your employees aware of their rights?
- Do your documents represent your current working practices?
As a professional practice we should have known better but our internal HR policies and staff contracts were far from adequate. Jude has ensured we are legally up to date and covered for all aspects of HR. All of this was carried out in an extremely timely and cost effective manner. Very impressed!