If your business requires HR contracts or policies, seeking the help of a legal service provider should be your next step. Here is some basic advice and guidance to inform your choice of legal expert.
Human resources (HR) policies and procedures apply to any and all company matters that affect the employees of a business or organisation. These include anti-discrimination policies, workplace behaviour, complaints, discipline and pay.
If a company is large enough then it may be able to employ a dedicated HR specialist to look after its human resource policies and procedures, if not a whole department. Smaller companies may choose to entrust HR issues to a relevant member of staff or outsource matters to a subcontractor.
A legal service provider can provide advice on issues relating to HR at any point in a company's life, giving guidance on policies and procedures as well as relevant changes to the law. Qualified legal service providers are also well placed to draft HR documentation to ensure compliance with the latest legislation.
If you are looking to appoint a legal service provider to aid in the creation or management of your HR policies or procedures then you should look for a proven expert in corporate law. You may wish to consider factors such as location, reputation and cost of a firm before making your decision.
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Legal service providers typically charge on an hourly rate basis or a fixed fee with capped hours basis for dealing with HR matters.
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