Employment contracts | Advice and support

By: Black Dog Hr  09-12-2011
Keywords: Employment, Black Dog

The Employment Rights Act 1996 requires employers to provide employees, within two calendar months of starting work, with a written Statement of the main Terms of the contract of employment, which can minimise later disagreements.

The Employee Handbook provides details of all additional employment polices and procedures and supplements the terms contained within the Terms and Conditions of Employment.

A Bespoke Employee Handbook will enable you to plan the contents of the Handbook by adding sections which you feel are applicable to your business and industry sector and by removing sections that may be inappropriate.  The process will raise questions on the direction that your business wishes to take on employment policies and procedures and guidance will be given by Black Dog HR Consultancy Ltd in these areas.  The Handbook produced will ensure that the Directors and Managers in your business have a clear understanding of the employment policies and procedures and provide a comprehensive source of information for your employees.

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