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Human Resources: Policy Documentation
In addition to employment contracts, larger organisations often require, or may benefit from, a number of specific HR policy documents such as:
- An employee handbook
- A health and safety policy
- A policy for home-workers
- Detailed job descriptions.
Most HR policy documentation in the context of employment matters is not compulsory. However, if your business employs five or more staff, then you are required by law to have an up to date health and safety policy in place.
Although policy documentation may not be a legal requirement, it is imperative that you protect your business interests as much as possible by providing your employees with access to written guidance on their rights and obligations. By taking the time to invest in detailed, accurate policy documentation, you may avoid costly employment disputes and litigation in the future. Our employment team at Saracens Solicitors are extremely well-qualified to draft your documentation to the highest level of accuracy and detail, and will take the time to understand your business needs in order to create tailor-made policies to suit your organisation.
At Saracens Solicitors, our employment lawyers can also carry out an audit in respect of your policy documentation in order to make sure that they are compliant with current legislation. We can also ensure that there are no policies that are outdated or otherwise in conflict with current regulations.
Request a call back to speak to one of our advisors to discuss your Human Resource employment policy documentation or phone us on 020 3588 3500 to speak directly to one of our solicitors.