Terms and conditions
Once employed, an employee has the right to written statement of particulars (it could be costly to you in a tribunal case if you don’t have one). An employment tribunal have the power to determine the terms that currently exist. When you offer a person a job, your HR Manager at Ansa HR will be able to support you draw up applicable terms and conditions which can be issued to the new employee with their offer of employment. All employees are entitled to a contract of employment irrespective of their hours of work, job in the company etc.
Changes to the terms and conditions of the contract of employment can have complex legal implications. To avoid these, you must make the changes following detailed consultation with the employee. You must consult with the employee before changing their terms and conditions. This implies more than one meeting –
Ansa HR’s Consultants are experienced and able to support your company undertake this process, so please give us a call to
Most employers provide details of sick pay, discipline and grievance procedures in an employee handbook. As a business you need to be familiar with what the handbook contains. Ansa HR can provide you with an Employee Handbook which is based on best practice and current employment legislation. Importantly, your Ansa HR Manager will ensure your employee handbook is appropriate for your small business and meets your company goals. Discuss with your HR Manager at Ansa HR who will be able to go through this with you in more detail.
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