April 29, 2013

The People Management Document Pack

We appreciate that when running a busy organisation your time is often limited.

It can be difficult to find the time to research and produce legally compliant employment law documents to use for your employees. With this in mind and to help ease the load, we have developed the People Management Document Pack.

The People Management Document Pack is a suite of frequently used forms, agreements, questionnaires and checklists which are legally compliant and produced to best practice. In addition, the documents are reviewed on a regular basis to ensure that they are up to date.

This invaluable source of HR advice is produced in plain English and an easy to use style to help minimise misunderstandings between you and your employees.

The full document pack is readily available by simply accessing the ES Gateway and clicking on the ‘People Management Document Pack’ link in the Employment Law section (the link is in the sidebar list on the left). Please contact the Client Care team if you require your log-in details.

Who needs the pack?

Managers and Supervisors who deal with recruitment and employment matters.

What’s included in the Pack?

It contains key employment documents such as:

  • Forms e.g. Absence, Application Form, Equal Opportunities, Holiday Request, Personal Details, Job Descriptions
  • Agreements e.g. Training Fees Agreement, Working Time Opt Out, Offer Letter
  • Questionnaires e.g. Reference Requests, Return to Work, Exit Interview
  • Checklists e.g. Induction, Leaver

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