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This article was published on January 11th, 2019
Christmas may be over, however, our Employment Law and HR team are giving you and your business an unmissable gift to welcome in 2019 – a free compliance health check.
If you often put administration tasks on the back burner when the everyday operational demands of running a business take over, we’re here to help you.
Our specialist employment lawyers and HR advisors are based in Macclesfield, with additional offices in Buxton, Whaley Bridge and Holmes Chapel and this month we are offering businesses a FREE no-obligation audit of their current employment contract and staff handbook.
The audit will include checks such as whether your employees have written terms of employment or a staff handbook. Documents such as these can play an integral role in protecting your business, furthermore, they are a legal requirement. Failing to provide legal documents such as these could also lead to financial penalties.
With the Good for Work proposals recently published by the Government aiming to tighten up the law in this area, there has never been a better time to ensure your business is protected.
If you’d like to take advantage of our FREE audit offer, all you need to do is send an email to [email protected] and quote AUDIT19 in the message by the 8th of February, 2019.
If we believe you need to make any changes to ensure your business is protected, we will get in touch to detail what those changes are. You can then decide whether or not you would like our Employment and HR team to carry out the work.
For employers who do opt for us to carry out the changes to their documentation and instruct us to do so before the 28th of February, 2019, we’ll also be offering discounted rates.
So why not get your business off to the best possible start this year and get in touch with our team today.
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