OUTSOURCED HR SOLUTIONS ESSEX & LONDON
Clear & Simple HR Advice
We can prepare a series of well crafted contracts setting out the relationship between employer and employee. The contracts are compliant with the latest legal requirements.
Family Friendly Issues
We help employers to deal sympathetically with employees in all matters relating to maternity, paternity, adoption, shared parental leave and flexible working.
Restructuring & Redundancy
This is a difficult time for both employers and their staff. We have the experience and skills to help companies navigate their way successfully through this minefield and achieving the best possible outcome for all concerned.
We have frequently advised companies on the HR issues associated with taking over other companies and contracts. This a complex area getting it wrong is both time consuming and expensive. Our know how can minimise your risks.
With the abolition of fees the numbers of tribunal claims have increased by more than 70%. We have the skill strategy and tactics to ease the stress and anxiety every employer faces when a claim arrives on their desk.
The recent Pimlico plumbers case together with the continuing issues associated with ‘gig economy’ contracts expose employees to unforeseen risks. Our expertise will help you address this complex and potentially expensive area.
“I just wanted to say a massive thank you for all your help and assistance during the lockdown. Your support over the past few months has been invaluable to the company in helping us during these tough times.”
“If you need help with your HR or understanding all the Employment law regulations Michael Newman is the person to speak to.”
“Michael was very supportive with my employment case. His advice on how to deal with the case was exceptional. As soon as Michael came on board with his recommendations the case was swiftly completed using his wealth of knowledge to be direct with the client. He advised me to contact the client, to be direct with them and speak to the most senior person in HR in the company to get my case moving forward. This advice worked instantly as my employers moved swiftly to resolve the matter. It gave me great comfort that with his help a fair compensation package was awarded to me, to see me through the next few months whilst I search for a new role.”
Take A look at our latest blog posts
Do your contracts and policies stand up to the Covid-19 test? The coronavirus pandemic and lockdown have stress-tested employment contracts and policies, with some showing signs of strain. What should you do now to make sure your employment documentation is ready for the post-Covid future? A host...
If You employ people who do not have UK nationality this is important The Home Office have announced that right to work checks will be reverting back to in-person checks from the 17th May 2021. The Government have stated that right to work checks, made virtual during the pandemic, will be...
Most of us are by now aware of the allegations made public by THAT interview. In case you have forgotten I meant Meghan. What is the best way to deal with bullying and harassment allegations in the workplace.? This note sets out a pathway to handle any allegations sensibly and if followed will...