Are you prepared for Christmas

2014-09-16 Jennifer Renney posted:

Although it is a long time until Christmas and those frosty cold wintry mornings, it is worthwhile to start considering now whether your company has effective policies and procedures in place.

It is easy to forget the likelihood of flooding, storms, snow and ice. Every company needs an effective adverse weather policy so that the business does not lose out more than necessary when bad weather hits. We can help consider whether staff must be paid if they are unable to work, what happens if they are injured on their way to work or whether workers are allowed to work from home.

With Christmas not far away, there will be many Christmas parties and social gatherings during November and December. But has the business got effective equality and diversity policies in the event that a member of staff breaches protocol. Or an effective social media policy to prevent workers from putting the company name into disrepute?

For fast effective relief from all your employment headaches, call Renney and Co Solicitors today on 01225 632240 or email us at info@renneyandco.com.

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