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As an employer your employment contracts, HR policies and procedures need to be well written so your employees and managers understand what is expected of them by you. At the same time, your documentation must also be legally correct, reflect HR best practice, and protect your organisation’s confidential information and customer connections.
At Quantrills we specialise in providing bespoke employment contracts, director service agreements, employee handbooks and HR policies and procedures that protect your business without creating unnecessary red tape or bureaucracy.
Our legal and HR expertise is blended into our fixed-cost hrlegal document solution allowing your organisation to benefit from having up to date, carefully drafted contracts of employment and tailored HR policies and procedures, all written to suit the size and type of your business.
Our pragmatic approach allows you to strike the right balance between protecting your organisation’s interests and being flexible and fair to your employees. Adopting HR best practice means you will reduce your organisation’s exposure to the risks of non-compliance with the myriad pieces of employment law.
Why do you need our hrlegal documents solution?
If you employ permanent, part-time, temporary, bank or casual staff you can’t rely safely on inherited or haphazard employment contracts, policies and procedures to protect your business.
Equally you can’t sensibly put your faith in badly drafted documentation that may well have evolved over such a long period of time your current versions are confused, inconsistent and are far from being legally correct.
Our hrlegal documents solution is for employers who know it’s important to use the right employment documents including those who have put off reviewing and updating current versions because it’s a time consuming and expensive exercise with the fear that the results can be uncertain. Using Quantrills will avoid such perils!
Our Quality bench marks
Plain English and relevant
Your documents’ content will be clear and concise, making sure your employees won’t struggle to understand their obligations and benefits. We won’t burden you with a raft of unnecessary HR policies or procedures.
As our employment documentation is drafted by specialist employment law solicitors you can trust your documentation will be legally compliant, reflects HR best practice and meet your business needs.
Fit for purpose
We don’t have a “one size fits all” approach so each document we prepare for you will reflect your way of doing things when it comes to people management. Specific clauses will strike the right balance between protecting your interests and being flexible and fair.
Questions and Answers
You can ask us to provide you with any type of employment or HR document for full-time, part-time, temporary, bank or casual employees or workers including:
- Contracts of Employment
- Director’s Service Agreements
- Written Statements
- Employee Handbooks
- Individual HR policies and procedures
- Confidentiality Agreements
- Restrictive Covenant Agreements
- Bonus and commission schemes
- Appraisal schemes
- Consultancy Agreements
- Sub-contractor Agreements
- Commercial Agent Agreements
- Agency Agreements
- Settlement Agreements
- Redundancy selection matrixes
In most cases we can offer a fixed-fee proposal, based on our Quantrills HR service. The fee will be based on the type, number and content of the documents you need.
Yes; You can ask us to provide a single contract or other document or a complete suite of employment and HR documents.
Yes. At least annually you can ask us to review any document we have provided to you and review it to make sure it is still legally correct. This review service is free of charge. If during the first 2 years a document requires updating because of a change in UK law we will also provide you with a revised version free of charge.
All types from the owner-managed business to large corporations, PLCs and public sector employers in health and education.