Handbooks and Policies
There are many areas that aren’t covered by a contract of employment. For these, standalone policies or an employee handbook are often better suited. They can cover everything from employment rights such as maternity leave to areas like IT and social media policies where you need to set down guidance and parameters. Some policies are required by law, for example data protection and health & safety in certain circumstances.
Employment law is constantly changing. So, it is good to know we’re here to help you stay up-to-date and on the right side of the law. We will work alongside you to establish what suits your business best and tailor our advice to meet your specific business needs. For a fixed fee charge, we can carry out a full review of your current policies if required, advise you on amendments to existing policies or produce bespoke documents, depending on your budget and requirements.
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