HR starter pack
Currently it is best-practice to provide your employees with a contract or terms and conditions on their first day and a legal requirement to provide them with one after 8 weeks. Whether you are looking to recruit your first member of staff or if you just haven't got around to it yet; our HR starter pack contains all the basic HR paperwork that you should have in place. For just £500 we will provide you with a completed contract for your employee, policies covering Disciplinary & Grievance, Equal Opportunities and Internet & Email use, and a job description (to your specification).
*Upgrades are available for extra policies or a more detailed contract containing extra clauses.
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Why have employment contracts?
Employees are legally entitled to some form of contract after 8 weeks of employment but should be given on day one of employment. Not giving contracts to your staff
is of no benefit to a company as conditions of employment will be gained through 'custom and practice' and staff have a multitude of rights in law. This means that your
employee will have all the rights of a contract even if there is no signed document. The disadvantage is that the employer
will not be able to rely on any clauses and conditions which they could have included in a contract. Small businesses often
feel that they are unnecessary as there is often a 'friendly' relationship between management and their staff.
It is so often the case that these types of relationships sour, often due to relatively minor reasons, and the employer
then regrets not having the necessary paperwork in place before any problems arose. Contracts also provide the employee
with a description of the working terms and therefore show the company's expectations. Our contracts start from
£99 and we are more than happy to discuss your needs without obligation to buy.
Why have policies?
Policies can be used to explain how the company will deal with certain events and will assist in managing your team with
consistency and fairness. They can detail management's expectations of behaviour and performance and log how management should deal with those situations. Policies are also (unless expressly stated) non-contractual and can be amended (ideally after consultation with all affected staff). They can reduce favouritism, manager bias and discrimination and can increase employee wellbeing and consistency. Some policies are almost essential, such as Disciplinary & Grievance and Health & Safety but it will depend on your business as to which are necessary for you. Our policies start from £80 and, again, we are more than happy to discuss your needs without obligation to buy.