Ongoing Need for Employment Law or HR Advice
MLP EmployNet is the complete solution for your business. The service offers Contracts of Employment and a Staff Handbook, protection from claims in the Employment Tribunal, advice on day-to-day HR issues and regular updates on employment matters all for a fixed fee. MLP EmployNet also offers great value and flexibility with payment. We have designed our three package below so that there is a package that suits your business, whether small, medium or large.
1. Package One: £50 per month (£600 p.a.) plus VAT and insurance
Who is this for? Start-up company (0-10 employees)
- Template Contract of Employment
- Template Staff Handbook
- HR advice helpline (maximum 10 minute enquiry)
- Quarterly updates on employment law
- Insurance to pay legal fees to defend an Employment Tribunal claim and pay compensation if necessary
2. Package Two: £50 per week (£2,600 p.a.) plus VAT and insurance
Who is this for? Small company (0-50 employees)
- Package One and ….
- 24 hours of employment law advice per year from an experienced solicitor to include:
- Employment law advice and support by email, phone and face-to-face for day to day issues
- Drafting bespoke Contract(s) of Employment and Staff Handbook
- Drafting of HR documents such as disciplinary and grievance documents
- Advice and support throughout HR issues
3. Package Three: Price on application – Dependant on wage roll and number of staff plus VAT and insurance.
e.g. £600 per month/£7,200 p.a. for 25+ employees
Who is this for? Small company (25+ employees). An alternative to an in-house HR function.
- Package One and …
- Unlimited employment law advice
Testimonials from happy clients:
“We signed up to MLP EmployNet Package 2 as our business has grown rapidly over the past 12 months and we needed support on employment issues. It’s great to have the ability to phone MLP Solicitors and speak to Tom directly on any employment matters that arise. The service gives us the resource and reassurance we need when dealing with anything from minor issues through to more complex legal matters.”
Graham Hughes – Managing Director
Safevent Systems Group
“MLP EmployNet is perfect for the needs of our business. I have confidence in the product, it’s cost effective and so far it has helped solve employment issues that have arisen in a quick and efficient manner. I can get on with running the business knowing that our employment issues are in safe hands.”
Eleanor Hill – Director
For more information contact our Employment Lawyers on 0845 0738 445 or email email@example.com
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