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Remove the burden and risk of employment claims


Harrison Drury has recently launched a new service called HR Compass which aims to protect businesses against increased employment claims.

Why have we done this?

The facts speak for themselves. In September 2010, new statistics revealed the number of employment tribunal claims in the first quarter of this financial year rose by 24 per cent. In these difficult economic times, businesses require concise and practical advice on how best to deal with employment issues which may include redundancy programmes, disciplinary action or long term sickness absence.  However, due to recent legislation and increased awareness of their rights, employees are more likely to pursue claims against their employers than ever before.

How our scheme works

HR Compass comprises three core components that have been designed to offer seamless financial and business continuity protection.

They include:

  • The audit (health check)
  • Expert advice (ongoing support and dialogue)
  • Insurance policy (financial security)

The latter insurance component covers our legal fees, settlements and any compensation awards made again your business. This radically minimises your exposure to unexpected financial loss and caps all your employment law and HR costs giving you peace of mind that employment disputes (which happen to all businesses) won’t have a catastrophic impact on your business.

The price of HR Compass varies according to the size of the business but it is a fixed annual cost and can be spread over instalments.

Our HR Compass brochure can be downloaded here.

If you would like us to provide a proposal and a quote, please call the Employment team on 01254 258321.

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