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It can be difficult for an entrepreneur to navigate some of them, every new member of staff brings a unique set of needs to meet — but don't worry, you're not alone.
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As well as defining the role of an employee, an employment agreement sets out the areas which, as a business owner, you need covered.
Without one of these, your business is exposed to risks that we can help you avoid.
Laws for hiring interns are different than traditional employment terms.
In these cases, you will need to put together a specific internship agreement – Law 365 can help.
When you need to exit an employee and you have both decided to settle any potential claims, we can help with a settlement agreement.
Your social media policy can be a key tool in protecting a business from defamatory statements and damage to your reputation or company image.
A social media policy can be added to complete a company’s staff handbook, or it can be a stand-alone policy.
Keeping an office a safe place to work needs be high on an employer’s agenda, and we’ve all heard tales of claims people have made from accidents at work!
Learn more about why you need a Health and Safety Policy, and read our answers to your FAQs.
Half the world will experience the menopause in their lives, and it may influence their work life.
The effects can be both physical and psychological.
It is therefore important for both employers and employees to increase their awareness and sensitivity to avoid discrimination.
If an employee has issued a formal grievance at work, it must be handled with sensitivity and professionalism.
There are strict rules and responsibilities that have been created through government acts and recommendations from ACAS.
Once an employee has been with a company for 26 weeks, they have a statutory right to make a formal request to change certain provisions in their employment contract.
These changes can range from the hours and days they work, to the location of work.
A consultancy agreement is useful when hiring a contractor or consultant, as it formalises the relationship between those involved and avoids any IR35 issues!
Creating a freelancer agreement is a useful way of mitigating the risks of non-payment of invoices.
A staff handbook is a binding or non-binding agreement that documents the internal policies you have for your employees.
It’s essential for guaranteeing happy and productive employees – we’re happy to help you create one.
An Equality and Diversity policy acts as a statement that you will not tolerate intolerance and discrimination.
Action against human trafficking and slavery must be taken in all levels of society, from the individual to international bodies.
Society has come along way in the fight for tolerance, inclusivity and equality.
But there is still work to be done for the LGBTI+ community, and particularly transgender people in the workplace.
Having a Transgender Policy in place is a positive and compassionate way for a company to contribute to the cause.
The odds are that all managers will have to deal with a disciplinary procedure at some point in their career, whether it’s giving a staff member a warning or dealing with gross misconduct.
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