Employer Protection Scheme
Employment law is politically driven and therefore constantly changing. Business owners are busy enough growing their organisation, let alone trying to keep up with complex employment legislation, guidance and case law.
To help employers in the West Country manage their employment law compliance, Nalders Solicitors offers a comprehensive Employer Protection Scheme (EPS), facilitated by our expert employment law solicitors.
How Nalders’ EPS works
For a fixed annual cost, employers who utilise our EPS receive:
- An audit of your existing employment contracts, handbooks, policies and procedures, ensuring they are up-to-date and your organisation is fully compliant
- A dedicated telephone helpline to provide employment advice as and when you need it
- Insurance to cover defending employment disputes and any awards made against you
A service tailored to your business
We understand all businesses are unique, therefore our EPS is flexible enough to be tailored to your needs. Investing in our EPS will reduce management time and costs associated with regulatory compliance, leaving you free to concentrate on the innovative projects that increase revenue.
Why choose us?
Nalders Solicitors is one of the oldest and largest law firms in Cornwall. Our employment law team are not only razor-sharp in industrial law; they regularly collaborate with our commercial and litigation departments to ensure clients receive full support on all aspects of their legal matter.
Investing in Nalders Solicitors EPS is like having your own employment law solicitor on staff. If you are experiencing a challenging situation with an employee, you can phone our employment team for advice any time during office hours. Not only will they advise you on the law applicable to your situation, they will talk through ideas with you, helping you formulate a successful strategy to manage the issue swiftly and fairly.
To find out more about our Employment Protection Scheme, please fill in our contact form, or phone our Truro office on 01872 241414.
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