HR policies

We offer advice and assistance with the design and application of core Human Resources policies and procedures.

Who is this service for?

Small organisations

We will review your current documentation and either recommend changes or develop a fresh suite of documents that are right for your business and for your people.

Medium organisations

We review policies and procedures to ensure that your business is compliant with current legislation and in line with best practices.

Large organisations

We offer bespoke services to corporate clients either on a retained or project basis.

What this service offers?

HR policies are a written source of guidance on how a wide range of people-related issues should be handled within an organisation.

The scope of our service includes reviewing current HR policies or developing new HR policies and procedures specifically tailored to the client’s needs and requirements.

Employee handbook

We offer employee handbook support and work with you to create clear, legally compliant employee manual that are bespoke to your business, industry and objectives. Whether you’re looking to create a brand new Employee Handbook or update your current one, we can help.

Benefits of an employee handbook:

  • Introduces employees to company culture
  • Sets the management expectations
  • Showcases the benefits you offer
  • Serves as a guide to the new hires
  • Helps defend against employee claims

Essential HR policies

We can create quality HR documentation, tailored to your requirements. If you already have some HR documentation in place, we can thoroughly review existing policies, recommend the necessary changes and develop any missing documents.

  • Working time

    The Working Time policy lay down minimum requirements in relation to working hours, rest periods and annual leave. Time Off Policy sets out the framework within which time off from work can be applied for.


    This policy is to ensure that all employees are aware of their obligations and responsibilities with regard to confidentiality, and are aware of the ways in which confidentiality can be breached and the consequences of this.

    Pay & grading

    This policy is to inform employees of arrangements for pay including how pay increases are determined, arrangements for salary payments and other pay related issues.

    Health & safety

    A health and safety policy sets out general approach to health and safety. It explains how an employer will manage health and safety in business. It should clearly say who does what, when and how.

    Discipline & grievance

    Disciplinary and grievances should be dealt with promptly and fairly in order to prevent them from becoming major issues. Disciplinary and grievance policies are essential when informal mechanisms are ineffective, or inappropriate given the nature of the dispute.

  • Additional policies you might consider having, include bullying and harassment policy, maternity policy, redundancy policy, substance misuse policy, flexible working policy, equality & diversity policy and other.

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