How much time do you waste looking for an HR template when you need them? How much time do you waste drafting letters, forms and policies? I have 200+ letter, form and policy templates covering basic to difficult scenarios, in addition to a number of guides for how to deal with particular situations.
Simply purchase the document you need, then download it, email it, or copy it. Type in your company name and other small edits to adapt it to your specific situation, then print it / issue it with the knowledge that it is best practice and compliant with the very latest legislation.
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So, don't start from scratch - use my templates to ensure that you have a solid baseline when it comes to meeting employment law obligations and carrying out best practice processes.
I have included a small range of documents for FREE for you to use immediately, covering a number of key subjects.
View my FREE COVID policy template
In this Coronavirus (COVID-19) company policy, you’ll find all the essential guidelines employees should follow during the coronavirus outbreak and temporary alterations of existing sick leave and work from home policies.
View my redundancy templates
The impact of the coronavirus and COVID-19 is far-reaching and for many employers, redundancy of staff is unfortunately a realistic consideration both now, and once furlough support ends. My templates will support you in documenting the process correctly and effectively.
View my Contract of Employment template
From 6 April 2020, the requirement to provide a written statement of terms and conditions extends to workers, not just employees. This includes casual and zero hours workers. My template is legally compliant and fully editable.
Recent and upcoming legislation
Revisions to employment law can happen throughout the year and to ensure that you maintain best practice in HR, understanding these and when they are happening is vital to keep on top of your legal obligations. Click here to view recent historical and upcoming changes.
NWM / NLW rates - 4 January 2021
Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced in November 2020 that from April 2021, the National Living Wage would rise to £8.91 an hour (an increase of 2.2%) and be extended to 23 and 24 year olds for the first time (previously the NLW applied only to 25 year olds and older). All other NMW rates will increase at the same time in line with Low Pay Commission recommendations.