Under the Employment Rights Act 1996 employers are required to provide details of their disciplinary and grievance procedures to their employees. Issuing a full staff handbook with additional policies – such as equal opportunities, absence management and social media policies – has a number of benefits. For example, it is one way that an employer can clearly set out the standard of conduct that is expected from their staff. It provides guidance to managers in terms of how to handle a particular situation, such as sickness absence, and ensures that all staff are treated in the same way
Staff Handbook Creator
The Staff Handbook Creator is an easy to follow process, where you can select options and upload your own company logo to create a Staff Handbook – bespoke for your equestrian business.
Additional Employment Documents and Resources including government and HMRC Information, employment contracts, health and safety in the workplace, apprenticeships and many more resources and information on the topic of Employment can be found following the link below.
All documentation and guidance relating to Employment can be found here:
This information and templates as provided above are intended to provide guidance and areas for consideration for those intending to enter into such arrangements. Anyone proposing to enter into such a written agreement should take consideration and their own legal or professional advice as to their particular circumstances.
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