Employment Law Documents

One of the keys to being a good employer is having clear and effective employment documentation, workplace policies and procedures.  Our bespoke documents are tailor–made for you and designed to fulfil your legal obligations to your employees whilst giving the best possible protection to your business. However, they remain competitively priced and as with all our services can be adapted to suit your budget.

Examples of our employment law documents:

  • Contracts of Employment
  • Directors service agreements
  • Employee handbooks
  • Disciplinary and Grievance procedures
  • Post termination restrictions
  • Confidentiality agreements
  • Training agreements
  • Settlement Agreements
  • Social networking policy
  • IT acceptable use policy
  • Equal opportunities policy
  • Vehicle policy


Knowing About Your Business

Cutting corners on your documentation doesn’t do you any favours, but nor does investing heavily in new documents that do not fit your business and the particular sector you are operating in.    So often clients ask us to review employment contracts and handbooks that bear absolutely no resemblance to the type of business they are running. Whether they are generic off the peg documents supplied by companies who supply a one size fits all solution or they are cobbled together using old handbooks and information found on the internet, they have a limited value to your particular business and can actually cause more damage than good.

An understanding of your business plays a big part in the effectiveness of the documentation that we will provide to your organisation.  We make it our business to find out about your business and the sector you operate in. We will listen to you to understand exactly how you want to run your business and apply all our knowledge to provide employment documentation that can be seen to add value to what you do.

For further information about employment documentation for your business or for a free review of your existing documentation, contact Karen Bulfin: karen@bulfin.co.uk.