October 26, 2021

Running a business is a constant juggling act, balancing growth and development, administration, sales, and of course, staff. Unless you’ve done a business degree, none of this really comes naturally, and being the boss can be an incredibly demanding and stressful role, especially when it comes to staff issues. Do you know how to draw up an employee contract? Are you up to date on best practice methods when it comes to handling an employee dispute or even a tribunal?

To make life easier, Employline has been created that provides a comprehensive ‘one-stop-shop’ for companies to access the very latest employment law resources. Put together by top employment law experts, it gives businesses of all sizes, from SMEs to multi-national corporations, a library of up-to-date legal templates, guides and contracts.

On top of that, you’ll also get access to a qualified and experienced employment law solicitor, who is there to offer you support and guidance on a wide range of HR and employment issues.

How does it work?

We understand how valuable your time is. So we’ve made the Employline service straightforward, with no unnecessary bells or whistles. A simple monthly subscription fee gives you access to your Support Package whenever and wherever you want.

You won’t get bombarded by sales calls, mainly because we don’t use a sales team or a call centre. You’ll have a single point of contact, and that person will be an employment law professional who will take the time to get to know you, your business, and your needs. That’s it – it’s really that simple.

A fixed-fee employment law service means you can carefully manage your budget without spending thousands on unnecessary fees. It also means that if you do have an employment issue, we’re there straight away to get things moving.

Our packages

To make life simple, we’ve created three Support Packages designed for different levels of requirement:

Employline Lite – Ideal for small businesses with just a few employees, this simple package gives you your very own online ‘HR’ department with access to a library of current templates and guides, and telephone consultations with a fully qualified and experienced employment lawyer for up to two hours a year.

Employline Business – A more comprehensive package for larger and more established companies that expands on the Employline Lite package with extensive email or telephone access to an employment lawyer and discounted rates on a range of other services. You’ll also get a full audit of your existing contracts, policies and procedures to help you streamline your HR and bring you into line with best practice policies.

Employline Complete – Building on the extensive Employline Business package, Employline Complete also provides insurance to cover the costs of defending most employment tribunal claims and compensation pay-outs. This package is recommended for SMEs and provides you with total peace of mind.

Why choose Employline?

If you don’t have your own HR department, it can be challenging to stay on top of employment requirements, administration, and legal affairs. Employline fills that gap in your business, delivering you an easy-access service with the very latest information, templates, guides and packages. Even those companies with a HR department can benefit from the wealth of experience our award winning employment lawyers have to guide HR managers through more complex issues. With training opportunities and that all-important insurance option with our Employline Complete package, our newest service delivers an ‘online HR’ department that’s fully compliant and up to date, along with legal expertise on tap. And all for a single, simple monthly subscription.

If you want to know more about Employline, download our brochure to find out how we can provide your business with the support it needs.

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