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British Law >> Organisation Area >> Employment Law

Employment Law

Employers are bound to maintain records and procedures relating to a wide range of issues.

Standard Forms can be used or adapted to more easily deal with Employment Contract, Disciplinary Procedure, Grievance procedure, Harassment Policy, Computer Policy, Maternity Policy, Paternity Policy, Parental Leave Policy, and Equal Opportunities Policy.

The links below provide access to free online advice on various areas of employment law.

BIS Employment Matters . . develops legislation on hours of work, pay entitlement, public holidays, employment agency standards, individual employment rights, redundancy arrangements, employee consultation, trade unions, and collective rights.

Department of Work and Pensions delivers support and advice through a network of services to people of working age, employers, pensioners, families and children and disabled people.

ACS work to improve organisations and working life through better employment relations.

EMPLAW have thousands of fact cards on British employment law.

Standard Emplyment Contracts are available to reduce problems in organising 'best' terms for a given situation.

Equal Opportunities Commission provide advice and information on equalities, harassment, discrimination, and how to conform to requirements fro clear policies and practices in relation to these.

Disability Rights Commission advise on how to deal with disability in the workplace.

Health and Safety Executive provide information and advice on employer responsibilities and regulations in force.

Institute of Employment Rights site provides information and links relevant to employment law.

DTI flexible working campaign supports employers and employees to get the best out of employment.

Work Permits advice and information from the official UK site.