No one ever starts their day looking forward to working on HR compliance, but none the less it is important not only to ensure you are mitigating risks to your business but also to maximise protection for you and your business. 

It’s all about making sure your business is following the working standards set out by relevant employment law. There are lots of things to consider and it can be hard to know where to start without the help of trained HR specialists. That’s where we come in.

Employment law is constantly changing and updating. It’s our job to stay fully informed, we’re perfectly positioned to offer advice and support. Rather than navigate the tricky landscape of employment legislation yourself, let us do what we do best and take the responsibility off your shoulders.

Our HR Gurus have the knowledge and experience to ensure that all aspects of your business are in line with the relevant laws and guidelines. We’ll look at things like your company policies, procedures and documentation, and even finer details like your day-to-day responsibilities, to make sure that your business is running as it should be.

To find out more or get started, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us today on 01202 143555.

Employment Audits, Documentation and Handbooks

If there’s one thing we’ve learnt from our experience in HR, it’s that every employee-employer relationship should be underpinned by an employee contract, not to mention the legal requirement to do so. Without one, you could be setting yourself up for quite the headache further down the road (not to mention a swift financial kick to the nether regions).

When we carry out an audit, we determine whether to update your current contracts and handbook or create new ones – whatever is best for your business and budget. Our HR audit process is a deep-dive into your business and processes, we will take the time to understand your business and its aims, so we can get it right first time. We will set up the foundations for your long-term plans.

As well as offer letters, contracts and employee handbooks, there are several other key areas to focus on when it comes to compliance. These include:

  • Company policies
  • Company guidelines
  • Training of management
  • GDPR, including employee data protection and privacy policies
  • Effective systems for tracking and recording absences and other events
  • Practices relating to annual leave, internal investigations, complaints, and end of contract
Company guidelines
Training of management

All policies must be consistent, accessible, and easy to understand – with our many years of experience and our thorough understanding of employment law, we can make sure your business is always hitting the mark.

To get started, speak to our friendly team today on 01202 143555.

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