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Employment & HR - Staff Handbooks

We can help your business prepare a Staff Handbook that is compliant with the constantly changing employment legislation while ensuring the policies and procedures detailed in the Staff Handbook are user friendly and accurately reflect the culture you’ve worked hard to create.


Most of the information contained in a Staff Handbook is often too lengthy to include in an employment contract or a written statement of employment.



The areas a Staff Handbook will cover can be summarised as follows (this list is not exhaustive):

  • The company’s mission statement and values.
  • Information relating to the products or services the company provides.
  • The terms and conditions that apply when working for the company.
  • The induction process and what to expect.
  • Ethical considerations, such as accepting gifts from clients and conflicts of interest.
  • Confidentiality.
  • Social media in the workplace.
  • Holiday and leave.
  • Leaving the company.
  • Outside interests.
  • Disciplinary and grievance procedures.
  • Redundancy process.
  • Pay and benefits including any applicable bonus schemes.
  • Pensions.
  • Expenses.


Unlike a traditional law firm, we don't charge by the hour and we won't charge for each phone call or email. Instead, all of our fees are fixed and agreed with you upfront. If you would prefer to retain our ongoing support, we will be happy to structure a fixed monthly fee on terms that are flexible to help grow and protect your business.


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