Employment Law & HR Resources

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Employment Law & HR Resources

We have developed a range of HR & Employment Law resources to help assist you with all of your employee & legal issues. Our knowledge bank of HR resources contains useful case law updates & best practice guides on all things HR & Employment Law Related.

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Free Employment Law & HR Manual

Absence & Sickness Management

Use useful tools and information to combat staff absences & sickness absence. 

Dismissing Employees, Terminations & Exit Strategies

One area which our clients always provide positive feedback on is our no-nonsense approach to helping them terminate employees.


Covering all aspects of the Equality Act 2010.

Employment Contracts & HR Documentation

This is an agreement between an employer and an employee. An employee must receive a written statement that outlines their employment within two months of their start date.

Free Resources for your Business

Free Template Employee Contract

Employment Tribunal Help

The Employment Tribunal is an independent legal body that attempts to resolve issues between employers and employees.

Family Friendly Rights

Employees and workers have rights in the workplace that relate to the family.

HR Guides

To assist you in the day-to-day running of your business.

Holiday Pay

Employees will have a statutory right to a minimum of 28 paid holidays per year.

Recent Employment Tribunal Cases

The latest from the Employment Tribunal.


There are three ways a person can be made redundant by a Company; job redundancy, place of work redundancy & an employee redundancy.

Strategic HR Management

Strategic human resource management involves working with employees in a collaborative manner to boost retention, improve the quality of the work experience, and maximize the mutual benefit of employment for both the employee and the employer.

Troublesome Employees

The pain for every business leader.


Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations.


A whistleblower refers to a person who becomes aware of illegal acts, failure to comply with regulations or suspected misconduct, and alerts their employer or relevant authority.

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