Our HR Health Check ensures your HR practice supports your business goals whilst complying with employment legislation and adhering to best practice.
Flexible enough to act as a standalone service or a catalyst for change, the HR Health Check covers:
• Recruitment Procedures and Practice: including pre-employment checks and contracts of employment.
• Sickness Absence: monitoring and managing poor attendance due to ill-health.
• Grievance Management: approach to, and confidence in, disciplinary investigations and hearings.
• Organisation Change: including downsizing and redundancies.
• Staffing Policies: written documents governing disciplinary, grievance procedures etc.
• Management & Storage of Documentation: including compliance with data protection.
If you’re interested in knowing more about our HR Healthcheck please visit our website.
All managers will encounter disciplinary and grievance issues in their day-to-day running of their organisation or enterprise.
Grievances can vary from staff requests to work flexibly around childcare needs to complaints about treatment and workplace behaviours. Disciplinary procedures need to reflect the gravity of the issue and to be underwritten by sound management practice.
We are experienced in undertaking complex disciplinary and grievance investigations – including those that involve medical staff. As external investigators, we can investigate issues objectively and quickly, sending a powerful message that management is taking the issue seriously.
If you’re interested to know how we can help you with your disciplinary and grievance issues please visit our website
Essential documents are an inescapable reality that every business and organisations must confront, and the most important being the Contract of Employment detailing an employee’s Terms and Conditions.
It is important that your employment contracts are up-to-date with employment legislation and are relevant to the needs of your business. But there are a range of other documents, policies and procedures that are important for the smooth running of your business.
If you’re interested to know how we can help you with your employment contracts please visit our website
Diversity brings a rich source of knowledge and experience into the workplace, but it is important to recognise that the process benefits from good management. Acknowledging differences and recognising their value can be challenging and lead to tensions. Organisations need to embrace a positive model to embed and embrace diversity.
Diversity runs through all our work and we believe it should be embraced holistically. We can help you introduce a range of interventions that will help your organisations develop a positive and effective approach to this complex issue.
If you’re interested to know how we can help you in managing equality and diversity in the workplace please visit our website
Mediation involves an independent, impartial third party helping two or more individuals or groups reach a mutually satisfactory solution to a dispute.
Voluntary and confidential, mediation is also non-judgemental. It can be used at any stage in a dispute but is most effective before positions become entrenched.
We are highly skilled in using mediation to resolve disputes where usual management cannot come up with the answers.
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Unfortunately there may be occasions when a manager or business owner discovers that a member of their staff is being bullied. This could be through the spread of malicious rumours, the “silent” treatment, or making unjust criticism about their work – to cite just a few examples.
The impact of bullying can be devastating both to the individual and to the business, and it is important that managers take the appropriate steps to eliminate any inappropriate behaviour in the workplace.
If you’re interested to know how we can help you with any bullying or harassment issues in the workplace please visit our website
Every business and organisation has to cope with staff absences. This can be planned, such as maternity/paternity leave or annual leave; or unplanned, such absences stemming from sickness or injury.
Whatever the cause of the absence, an understanding of management techniques and statutory legislation can greatly reduce inconvenience and losses to productivity. Well managed interventions, for example, can reduce sickness absence by up to one third.
If you’re interested to know how we can help you manage your absence more effectively please visit our website