It’s time to review your policies

I’m sorry, that headline has probably given you a cold shiver, hasn’t it?

But while it’s not a fun job, making sure your policies are up to date, and that you’re compliant with employment law is a really important job.

That’s because employment law isn’t only there to protect your employees from being treated
unfairly. It’s also there to safeguard the best interests of your business too.

And while employment law really does help to create a much smoother, fairer, more genuine
employer/employee relationship, my goodness, it can be a real pain to keep on top of.

That’s because things are always changing, updating, and evolving.

It’s not a bad thing. It’s great that our laws move with the times and that we’re all working hard to create a more balanced life for our people.

But that does create a lot of paperwork!

It’s not always straightforward either. As a business owner or manager, you’d be forgiven for
feeling completely overwhelmed at the thought of updating your documents – let alone
creating them in the first place.

The thing is, it’s really, really important that you make the time for it. Because failing to create
the right policies, or not updating them regularly, can put you at risk of landing in an employment tribunal if something should go awry.

And none of us have the time, energy, or money for that!

Fortunately, it doesn’t have to be a total nightmare. It’s something that can be tackled pretty
easily if you know where to start.

To help you along the way, I’ve written a new guide. It’s more of a checklist, in fact. It lays out
the most important policies, procedures, and protocols you need to implement and update in
your business, today.

You can get your FREE copy today

Helen Price-Evans is an HR expert and specialises in helping SME’S with their HR needs.

Helen understands SME’S, having worked with clients in the sector for many years.

Helen Price-Evans has written this guide to help you identify the policies, procedures, and
protocols that you may need to create or update, to keep your business and its employees working fairly and to avoid disaster.

Why are we giving this guide away for free? 

Giving you all of this valuable information at no cost is the best way for you to learn about
Helen Price-Evans and what she can do to help improve your HR. 

Maybe we will go on to do some work together in the future. Maybe we won’t. Either way, there’s no obligation to use the services of Starfish People HR in the future.

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