Whether you employ 1 worker, 20 workers or 200 workers, your company needs a solid foundation in the area of HR practises from the outset. From the basic contract of employment, to the mandatory employee handbook and right up to handling redundancies or layoff procedures, there are, under law, a set of rules that employers are required to follow in order for them to be deemed compliant from a legislative point of view.
John Bradley owns a small bakery in a prime location in Galway. He has 4 full time and 2 part time staff members on his books. He has one generic style contract that he gives to all staff; the only difference with each contract is their names and employee numbers. There is a handbook that all staff has access to in the back office which he downloaded off an Australian website.
Is John compliant? Would John be found compliant if NERA were to carry out an inspection?
The answer is no...
It is our business to help you protect your business. We want to work with you to decide the best course of action required to bring your business in line with what is required. Keeping up with changes in the area of HR & Employment Law can be difficult especially when your focus is and should be directed at the core operations of your own operations. That’s where we come in.
Risk assessments will be carried out by Claire Farrell who is an accredited associate CIPD member as well as a trained and accredited commercial and civil mediator and who has over 15 years’ experience in HR practises, recruitment & selection, strategic staff planning, business development and management. Let us help you!
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