HR/EMPLOYMENT LAW SERVICE
One of the main reasons Genius Money was founded was a requirement for a payroll administration business which understood and appreciated the importance of Employment Law within its sector.
With a very strong background in Employment Law, we want to offer assistance to individuals and End Clients as an add on to our payroll services, this is non-chargeable and something we offer as an added incentive to work with us.
Even if you don't think it directly affects you or your business, you might be surprised by exactly what is covered - and the impact this could have.
For information on employing people please visit the GOV.UK website.
COMPLETELY FREE SERVICE
The best thing about this service is that Genius Money bring huge savings to your business.
You get round-the-clock help without the need for hiring a new HR manager and there is no need to pay for a dedicated Employment Law solicitor.
This is the term used to cover the legalities of any aspect relating to employment.
Why does Employment Law exist?
It exists in order to regulate the relationship between businesses and their employees/self-employed contractors.
Helps in combating discrimination and effectively promoting equality in the workplace.
Complying with all the relevant legislation means that a workplace is fair for every individual, (For example their hiring and dismissal processes).
WHAT IS COVERED
Whilst the following is by no means an exhaustive list, the following are some examples of what is covered:
- Age discrimination
- Bullying and harassment
- Discrimination based on race, religion, sexuality or gender
- Dismissal and employee grievances
- Employment contracts
- Equal pay and Minimum wage
- Parental leave
- Working hours
Any queries, Contact Genius Today..!
Genius are always on hand to offer assistance and guidance on all aspects of Employment Law. Fill our the form below and one of our team will be in contact!
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