Human Resource Policies
Professional Human Resource Policies for SME Businesses
Businesses Who Trust Us
Our HR specialists can create your Human Resource policies based on your unique business needs and the latest legislation.
Alternatively, our fully-qualified team can review all your existing policies and provide a gap analysis, allowing us to identify areas for improvement.
Once the analysis is complete and policies are updated, an employee handbook will be created containing updated policies and procedures for your staff and management team.
Are You Looking For Expert Human Resource Policies For Your Business?
Then you are in the right place! Many of our previous clients have asked, how are Wurkplace different from other HR Companies? We are a small team of highly-qualified HR experts, providing a fully customised HR service that fits your company! We won’t make you sign any long-term contracts because we don’t believe in them – you should retain control over your organisation.
We also do not use call centres, when you ring us you will be connected directly to one of our experts – meaning you get the information and guidance you need, straight away. Don’t hesitate to get in touch with one of our HR specialists with any queries on HR policies or Employment Law.
There are some HR policies that according to UK law must be in place! They are an outline of employers and employees rights and responsibilities.
Usually, these policies are communicated to staff by the Employee Handbook and/or Contracts. The UK Government has set out all the required policies and if you do not relay them to your employees, you could have unfair dismissal cases in the future.
Standard HR Policy Examples
We have listed a number of the standard HR policies which we produce on behalf of our client base:
3 of the Most Important Policies That Are Required By UK Law
When employing a new member of staff it is required by law that you ensure the new employee has the right to work in the UK (proof of citizenships, identity, address or visa) You need to decide their wage which must be at least minimum wage, you should also consider when you’ll be paying them (weekly, monthly, etc.).
UK law states you must provide the Terms of Employment and a Contract to your new employee under the Employment Rights Act 1996.
HR policies should flow from HR strategies, and complement your HR procedures. Manager guides and standard letters are also provided by us, to assist in implementing policies and enforcing procedures.
Wurkplace’s service includes regular updates for HR policies to ensure they are in line with the latest, ever-changing legislation.
The company offers leadership development programmes to provide you with the means to understand:
What Do HR Policies Do For Your Business?
- They protect your business from legal issues – allowing for smooth sailing in operations and reducing the likelihood of legal proceedings.
- Provide consistency – prevents employees from being dissatisfied as standards will stay the same over time.
- Improve organisational structure – HR policies can outline your companies culture and provide guidelines which can help your business grow.
Buying Human Resource Policies Online
At Wurkplace we know that all the different policies and procedures can be complicated and confusing at times. Our shop can provide your business with one-off purchases for policy documentation and paperwork, for example – disciplinary policy or temporary changes to policies due to COVID-19.
If you would like more details on our library of extensive HR documents, guides and policies, then click here!
Human Resource Policies FAQ
As an organisation that provides Human Resource Policies for small businesses, we are commonly asked a number of questions in relation to people management within teams.
The main HR policies would be Employmnet contract, Time keeping & Wages, Holidays, sexual harassment, Restrictive clauses in employment contract, Health & Safety, Employee conduct. These are just a few Wurkplace can help eliminate the risk by supporting you in all the above areas.
Here are a few types of human resource policies: At-will employment, Anti-harassment and non-discrimination, Employment classifications, Leave and time off benefits, Meal and break periods, Timekeeping and pay, Safety and health, Employee conduct, attendance and punctuality.
HR policies, procedures establish a framework to help to manage people. They cover everything from Recruitment through to Employee and Employer relationship ensuring employees are clear about procedures and rules, are how managers can go about resolving issues if they arise.