Tailored Services Details
Tailored Services will:
HR Initial Review – A full audit of all existing HR documentation with recommendations to ensure compliance with Employment Legislation. This also includes a comprehensive review of the HR practices and policies and procedures you have in your business with recommendations given for any improvements required.
Template Contract of Employment – Provision of a fully compliant document which clearly lays out the terms and conditions of employment for your employees.
Statutory Policies Pack – Provision of a comprehensive range of policies, including Disciplinary, Grievance, Equal Opportunities and many more.
Employee Handbook – Provision of a fully compliant document designed to give clear advice to employees with important information relating to The Company’s policies, procedures and rules.
Preparation of Employee Documentation – We will talk you through any employee documentation required as a result of a query or our advice.
Save you money - Right Hand HR reduces the need to use expensive lawyers for employment contracts and employment law advice.
Help you to become an 'Employer of Choice' - We aim to help our clients proactively look after their employees by improving employee morale, retention, performance and productivity by implementing best practice HR.
Save you time - Right Hand HR can take all HR related matters off your hands, including drafting all necessary employee and HR documentation, and allowing you to focus on leading your business and winning new customers.
Ensure you are compliant with Irish employment legislation - Thereby reducing the scope for claims from employees and protecting managers from any personal liability.
We achieve this through providing you support across (amongst others):
- Specific HR Projects (Appraisals, Disciplinaries, Appeals, Grievances etc.)
- Performance and Talent Management
- Learning and Development
- Employee engagement
- Health & Safety Compliance
Give us a call on 086-822 5448
or enquire online.
HR Consultancy Services