October 27, 2017
HR and Employment Law isn’t easy…
Especially if you do not have an in-house HR function or possess the legal skills of a qualified solicitor to guide you through the day to day management of staff.
But do you know how to reduce frequent short-term sickness absences? Can you sack someone on the spot for acts of gross misconduct? How do you deal with grievances? Are you legally allowed to refuse new mothers’ requests for flexible working?
If you are unsure of how to answer these questions, you could end up falling foul of the law.
If you can’t afford to fork out the extortionate fees of a traditional law firm, you don’t need to worry:
A fixed fee HR and Employment Law Service will provide you with high quality and commercially-aware legal advice but for a fraction of the cost.
How does it actually work?
A fixed fee service means you can call or email as much as you like and it won’t cost you a penny more.
Available 24/7, you can ask questions, get tailored advice to guide you on the best course of action and get your contracts and documents drafted in compliance with the law. All with the peace of mind that you are talking to experts and that you are not racking up huge legal bills.
What will you get with a fixed fee provider?
A Fixed free service offers you a variety of services designed to make sure that all your HR and Employment Law needs are taken care of:
With fixed fee support, you will get unlimited, affordable and practical support whenever you need it.
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