Template written Statement of Employment

Template written Statement of Employment

Every employee is entitled to a written Statement of Employment after one month’s employment. This is not the same as an employment contract, but it should outline the main terms and conditions of employment. The written Statement of Employment must contain the following: Employee name and employer name The location of the job, or all locations if it is in more than one place The title of the job, e.g. […]

Protecting your Business

It can often be difficult for employers when a key employee leaves and the purpose of this blog is to point out some steps, through the drafting of an employee’s contract, that an employer can help mitigate any potential damage. 1. Contractual Background   A. Legal Minimum Requirement The Employment Rights Act of 1996 requires certain terms of a contract to be set out in writing by the employers. This […]

Employers- Do you have contracts of employement in place?

EMPLOYERS – the law requires you to record certain basic  contract terms in relation to anyone you employ.  Employees also have many rights which, if you get them wrong, might land you  in an Employment Tribunal.  Your staff are the basis upon which your business can thrive; you do yourself a disservice if you not only fail to give your employees proper written details of their contract, but you are […]

Our new website is launched

Our new website is launched

Thank you for visiting my brand new website. In its current state this one-page website and blog will provide you the basics of all you need to know about Quality HR, but over time we plan to expand this will full details about all of the services that we provide, and to also maintain this blog with up-to-date case studies and articles on HR related topics. We’d really appreicate your […]