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Keep up with Employment Law

Small business employers are expected to know a lot about employment law.

Kay Heald knows which pieces of employment law are relevant to small businesses and how you can meet your legal obligations efficiently and effectively.

The price for not keeping on the right side of employment law these days can be extremely high – both financially and emotionally.

Employees automatically have statutory employment rights when they start working for you, so it is important that you put in place systems and processes that not only protect them, but also you and your business.

So whether you employ just a few people or many more, a good set of practical policies and procedures which are communicated and understood by everyone in your organisation, will help you manage your staff and keep you legally compliant.

Employment LawKay Heald does not drown you in paperwork or jargon, instead she helps you develop and implement pragmatic processes that will work hard for you and your employees.

Some of the most ‘hardworking’ documents include:

  • Employment contracts including terms and conditions
  • Equal Opportunity and Dignity at Work policy
  • Grievance, Discipline and Capability procedures
  • Communication and monitoring procedures
  • Mental Health and Wellbeing policy
  • Health and Safety policy and procedures