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Practical and straightforward HR support tailored to your business.

From museums to manufacturing and charities to construction, our fantastic range of clients have given us a great insight into different working environments and cultures. We really value this experience and take pride in understanding their business needs holistically, not just understanding the numbers.

So when our clients need guidance to better manage their people or interpret the latest HR regulations we are happy to help. Whether its guidance in finding resolutions around specific issues or grievances, assistance with employment contracts or drafting employee handbooks we can help you build the relationship you want with your employees.

If you are scaling up or restructuring your business you need to ensure your procedures and policies build engagement and trust with your team.

Services for clients include:

  • drafting contracts of employment including home workers, job-share, casual worker agreements and self-employed contractor agreements
  • drafting employment handbooks and the full range of HR policies
  • assisting with grievances, performance management, disciplinary situations, dismissals and employment tribunals
  • guiding you through a redundancy or restructure process including related TUPE processes

We also have a dedicated payroll team who can help you keep on top of the latest developments in payroll and employment legislation.

 

 

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