Be compliant with HR Assure
Keen to do the right thing but wary of cost? If you’re looking for compliance and employment law support then you’ve come to the right place.
As an SME, recruiting the first members of your team, looking to assure your compliance with your employer responsibilities and wanting to update your HR documentation can be difficult to navigate.
That’s why we put our HR Assure package together.
With HR Assure you will:
- Protect your company from reputational and financial risk
- Comply with your legal responsibilities as an employer
- Get access to quality documentation
HR Assure provides you with:
- One hour of input and straightforward advice from us
- Standard Offer Letter and Contract of Employment
- New Starter Form
- Employee Handbook
- Referee Contact Details Form
- Standard Set of Employment Policies:
- Disciplinary Policy
- Grievance Policy
- Sickness and Absence Policy
- Equal Opportunities Policy
- Anti-Bribery and Corruption Policy
£350.00 + VAT
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What People Want To Know
Why should I choose HR Assure?
Not only do you get a full suite of documents to keep you compliant but you get our direct and honest advice, too. In our session, we will discuss your current situation and point you in the right direction. We’ll draw on our 90 years’ collective experience to give you the best support possible.
What is the Managers Guide?
As an extra resource for you, we have pulled all our top tips together in to this guide. It can act as your go-to document if you have any questions or queries in the future and one we hope you will find very useful
Why is HR compliance important?
HR compliance helps you to meet your statutory obligations as an employer. This may be legal and contractual compliance – both are equally important to establish a solid foundation to your employment practices.
Do I have to issue a contract of employment?
Contracts exist, whether the terms are written down or agreed verbally. However, from 6th April 2020, all employees and workers are entitled to a written statement of particulars on day one
What else do I have to comply with?
There are many statutory responsibilities that must be complied with as an employer, including those relating to pay (national minimum wage and HMRC requirements such as PAYE), health and safety, workplace pension obligations, right to work in the UK and fair treatment to prevent discrimination
What happens if I don’t comply with employment law?
Ultimately you could face a claim for breach of contract or to an Employment Tribunal. Such claims can be costly, time consuming and disruptive. They can also have an impact of your reputation which may affect how you are viewed by potential customers and employees
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- Any future updates required by legal changes, or generated by client requests, will be subject to an additional charge.
- Any future advice on the use of the documents after initial implementation by Petaurum will be subject to an additional charg
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