Drafting Employment Law Policies and Procedures

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Our Employment Law Solicitors can draft comprehensive and up-to-date employment policy and procedure documents for your business.

We’ll combine our technical knowledge of employment law and expertise with a down-to-earth, friendly and pragmatic approach, and offer legal advice that’s tailored to the unique needs and requirements of your business.

Our team of Solicitors have specialised in Employment Law for between 10 and 35 years and are hands-on, proactive and committed to providing cost effective employment law solutions for business clients.

We’ll speak to you in plain English, without legal jargon, and we promise to be completely open about fees, so will give estimates from the outset before carrying out any work.

For initial advice get in touch with our Employment Solicitors for Business.

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More information on Employment Law Policies and Procedures

Having comprehensive and up-to-date employment policies and procedures can really help your business.

Employment law policy and procedure documents typically cover areas such as contracts of employment, sickness absence, flexible working, disciplinary and grievance, whistleblowing and a use of social media policy. An employee handbook, meanwhile, can contain policies and procedures that allow employers to set out guidelines and the standards they expect from employees.

Unlike contractual documentation, policies and procedures are not legally binding. However, Employment Tribunals will often take these documents into account when deciding on whether an employer is acting lawfully.

Having a clear procedure in place provides managers with a useful blueprint in terms of the steps they need to follow. For example, if an employee is off ill for a lengthy period of time, an absence management policy document should set out the steps a manager should take.

Our Employment Law Solicitors can review your business policies and procedures to ensure they are compliant with current employment legislation.

Employment Law is constantly changing and evolving which can make it difficult for business owners and managers to keep full up-to-date. And if you don’t have any existing employment policies and procedures in place, we can draft the appropriate documentation which is suited to your business needs.

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