Employment Relations

Employment Relations and employment law compliance are both essential to any employer.  There are a number of maintenance tasks involved in employing people, and we seek to make them as straightforward as possible.

Provided separately or as part of an outsourced HR support package, we deliver all of the essentials, working closely with our clients to ensure their employment practices are legal, practical, and relevant to the organisation and staff.  Key parts of this support are set out below:

Employment documentation

Ensuring that essential employment documentation remains compliant, current and fit for purpose including:

  • Handbook
  • Policies and procedures (usually contained within handbook)
  • Contracts
Process guidance

Providing expert advice – whether remotely or on site – on common employment processes including:

  • Recruitment and selection
  • Absence management
  • Maternity/Paternity/Adoption
Process documentation

Preparing documentation to support common employment processes including:

  • Letters (e.g. offer letters)
  • Checklists (e.g. for assessing candidates)
  • Templates (e.g. job descriptions)

We all know that managing staff can be a tricky business.  From recruiting the best candidate for the job through to training, development and retention, the journey is unpredictable and, quite frankly, hard work.

We talk a lot about ‘prevention’ here at organic hr, and spend a lot of our time working with our clients to get contracts, policies, procedures and good management practice in place.  But this doesn’t always avoid a situation brewing, or even exploding, and we are pleased to say that we can help here too.  In particular, we can support you or your managers in working through the following employment relations situations:


disciplinary   |   grievance   |   equal opportunities   |   diversity   |   absence management  |  capability   |   conduct   |   maternity   |               family friendly   |   paternity   |   parental leave   |   dependents leave   |   training and development   |   continuous professional development (CPD)   |   information and communications technology   |   flexible working   |   harassment and bullying   |   expenses   |   holidays   |   recruitment and selection   |   telephone and email use   |   charity and community support   |   performance management