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This article was published on December 23rd, 2019
When running a cleaning business, employing the right people is probably at the forefront of your mind. After all, these are the people that will help to drive your business to success and build your reputation. Therefore, not only should you be satisfied that your employment terms are suitable to attract and retain the best employees, but you also need to be mindful of correctly dealing with any issues that are likely to arise at some stage.
Have you thought about the following:
Did you know that many recent successful employment tribunal claims against cleaning companies were for unlawful deductions from wages? In many cases, the employers were ordered to pay hundreds or thousands of pounds to their employees.
At Thorneycroft Solicitors, we understand the employment obligations which apply to the cleaning industry and we also know how damaging it can be for your business if you get things wrong. So why not leave it to the experts?
Our experienced Employment & HR team are here to help your cleaning business by offering a variety of services from an online HR management platform to an outsourced service leaving you to fully concentrate on running your business. Our focus is on building a relationship with you and your business, and providing the right advice when you need it.
Find out about our Employment and HR Packages by clicking here.
If you’d like to discuss your employment law & Hr needs for your cleaning business with a member of our team please call us for free on 01625 507 506.
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