HR and Employment Policies

We know how frustrating it can be when as an employer you are having to get to grips with a long winded and complex policy to deal with what should be a very simple and straightforward situation in the workplace.  We have therefore put together a set of clean HR policies which are specifically designed for small and medium sized business to start using immediately whether you are a fully qualified HR professional or a line manager with responsibility for such matters.
 
We are confident of the following:
  • Everyone can read and follow them – they are stripped down to the essentials, with no long winded content or restrictive procedures.
  • No worries about whether they are up to date – they cover the law as it stands today.
  • Flexibility where needed with clear guidelines where necessary.
  • Prepared by us in conjunction with one of the best known employment and HR barristers in the UK.
  • They are simple, practical and readable.
There are 11 policies and these cover the following areas:
  1. Absence management
  2. Disciplinary and capability
  3. Redundancy
  4. Equal opportunities
  5. Whistleblowing
  6. Harassment and bullying
  7. Grievances
  8. Bribery
  9. Holidays
  10. Maternity and family friendly
  11. Social media.
We are so confident that you will be satisfied with any one or more of these policies that we are prepared to guarantee that if you are not happy then we will refund your money without quibble if you request at any time within 28 days of purchase.
 
If you wish to purchase any one or more of these policies then please contact Paul Grindley on telephone 0113 320 5000 or email: paulg@winstonsolicitors.co.uk
 
If you wish to see an example of one of these policies, please contact us and we will send it to you entirely free of charge on the basis that we trust you to make a purchase if you are entirely satisfied.
 

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