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INTRODUCTION

HR in the Public Sector.

We know that working in the public sector can be a challenge as well as a delight. From waiting for Council or Authority approval to managing equality and diversity, there are all manner of unique HR headaches. Employment Law Solutions recognise the need for collective agreement compliance to budget management – there are often many other outside factors which affect HR implementation.

Let us help you and your managers with:
  • Dealing with HR issues in spite of procedural delays or requirements;
  • Ensuring compliance with employment law obligations
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WHAT WE DO

Our solutions to recurring HR Headaches in the Public Sector

New terms not on collective agreements
  • Review of current terms
  • Consideration of collective agreement
  • New terms for new staff
  • Compliance with all obligations
  • Consultation or issuing new terms
Staff grievance
  • Invitation to grievance meeting
  • Help with completing the investigation
  • Assessment of issues or misunderstanding of culture
  • Review, decision and draft outcome
  • Advice on resolutions or mediation
Budget Management and Forecasting
  • Review of current staffing levels
  • Quick wins to reduce headcount or hours
  • Retain current staff
  • Recruit effective staff
  • Use of zero hours workers
Long term absence
  • Invitation to welfare meeting
  • Bespoke questions for meeting
  • Requesting medical advice
  • Invitation to formal capability meeting
  • Review, decision and draft outcome
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WORKING WITH US

Why work with Employment Law Solutions?

“Employment law solutions offer practical advice which meets our operational demands of the business. Having been a client of employment law solutions for over 2 years we have never looked back and I would recommend them to anybody.”

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NEWS & BLOG

Read all the latest news from the Employment Law Solutions team.

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