Legal Advice for HR Policy & Procedure Documents

Workplace HR policies are an essential component of a well-coordinated and productive workforce. As well as setting out the key values and principles of your business, such policies can provide easily accessible written guidance for both management and staff on everyday employment issues ranging from equal opportunities to health and safety disciplinaries, and grievances.


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Ensuring Continued Compliance

We understand that workplace HR policies and procedures form the foundation of fair, productive, and legally sound employment practices. Employment laws and regulations are constantly evolving, which means your HR policies and procedures cannot be static documents. To ensure continued compliance and protect your company’s interests, it’s crucial to regularly review and update your policies as needed. Analysis Legal can provide ongoing support in this area with services including:

Annual Policy Audits and Reviews: Our team will comprehensively review all your employment policies and contracts annually to identify any changes required based on new legislation, court rulings, or evolving best practices.

Proactive Policy Updates: When changes to employment laws or regulations occur, we’ll provide timely analysis and recommendations to update your policies accordingly. This proactive approach ensures you remain compliant and mitigates risks.

Customised Update Implementations: Beyond just revising policy documents, we guide you through the full implementation process for any policy updates or changes. This includes drafting updated employee communications, facilitating policy training, and ensuring proper rollout.

Dedicated Employment Law Monitoring: Our employment law specialists closely monitor changes at both the national and local level, allowing us to flag any developments that may require adjustments to your procedures.

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What HR Policies Should a Business Have?

We can help to provide advice on the types of policies and procedures which your business should look to implement.  This may include policies and procedures relating to:

  • Equal Opportunities – An equal opportunities policy provides staff with the confidence that you are committed to ensuring fair and equal treatment for all employees.
  • Health and Safety – Such policies can provide details regarding the measures that an employer will take to ensure the safety of the workplace. It can also outline the individual responsibilities of management and staff in ensuring compliance with health and safety legislation
  • Discipline and Grievance – A disciplinary policy explains the procedure that will be taken should an employee’s behaviour fall short of what is expected, or should they be accused of gross misconduct. It should demonstrate a fair process and ensure that employees are clear about what is and is not acceptable in the workplace. A grievance policy allows employees to report any issues within the workplace in a fair and consistent way, ensuring they feel confident in the ability to raise complaints.
  • Employee Privacy Notice – The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) requires employers to process and manage the personal data of employees in a certain way. An employee privacy notice informs staff of how, when, why, where, and what your data processes entail.
  • Flexible Working Policy – As an employer you may find it is in the best interests of your business to offer flexible working to your employees, thus affording them a better work/life balance and better job satisfaction. A flexible working policy sets out the parameters for workers who choose to adopt flexible hours outside of the normal contractual hours.
  • Attendance Policy – This type of policy would cover issues such as lateness and sickness absence, and provides employees with details of what the consequences are for persistent lateness and absence due to sickness.

How can Analysis Legal Help?

At Analysis Legal we specialise in helping employers to tailor their HR policies and procedures whilst ensuring that they are in compliance with current legislation. Our range of services relating to policies and procedures includes: 

  • In-depth Review and Audit: We examine your existing policies and procedures, identifying any gaps, inconsistencies, or potential risks under the new legal landscape.
  • Tailored Policy Development: We create policies that align with your business needs, industry-specific regulations, and the updated employment laws. Our policies are clear, practical, and help to protect your business and its employees.
  • Contract Updates: We ensure your employment contracts reflect the new legal requirements, avoiding potential disputes and fostering positive employee relations.
  • Implementation Guidance: We provide expert guidance on effective policy implementation (including changes to terms and conditions if necessary), as well as training and communication.
  • Ongoing Support and Advice: Our team remains available to answer your employment law questions and provide proactive advice as legislation and best practices evolve.

If you’d like to enquire about our employer services and find out more about what we can offer to you and your business, please don’t hesitate to contact us. Our team is on hand to answer your questions and offer helpful guidance.

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