Employer Protection Scheme

Our Employer Protection Scheme is the most cost effective way to protect your business from the burden of employment law.

We can offer a fixed price package to cover any eventuality.

This Scheme is designed to free you from much of the administrative responsibility of Human Resources and create more time for running your business.

Our scheme consists of a number of core components, which are also available in isolation:

  • Free review of your employment documentation and practices
  • Legal expenses cover in event of a tribunal claim
  • Comprehensive suite of documents covering employment policies and procedures
  • Regular employment law updates and seminars
  • Early intervention by qualified solicitors
  • Discount on in-house employment law and HR training
  • Telephone helpline for immediate answers
  • Unlimited advice
  • Commercial solution-based approach
  • Immigration audit and support
  • Health and safety element
  • Representation by high calibre employment law barristers
  • Consistency with named personal contacts
  • Fixed annual fee with installment option

Claims Insurance

Statistics now prove that businesses are more likely to face an employment dispute than a serious fire or theft. In most cases legal costs cannot be recovered; even if you are 100% successful in defending the claim. We can arrange an insurance option that complements our services to give full peace of mind and protect your business against costly tribunal claims (a copy of the insurance policy wording is available on request). To take advantage of the optional insurance a health check must be completed and the helpline service must be in place.

Fixed Charging

The fee for the helpline and insurance (if purchased) is fixed annually and can be paid by monthly standing order. The cost will depend on your payroll and the number of staff you employ. Our initial health check of your documents is included as part of the cost, and if any action is needed we will work with you to put things right.

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