Get ready for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
Employment & HR for GPs
Our Employment team has considerable experience in dealing with GP and healthcare related employment issues including contractual points, pay matters and disciplinary procedures. We are committed to supporting practices in dealing with employment law issues and identifying practical solutions.
The team is also able to offer practical HR support via its HR consultancy, Kent HR. Kent HR supports practices in implementing changes, through staff training, conducting investigations and undertaking consultation meetings with staff. Our HR managers act as extensions of our clients’ management teams and work can be undertaken on an hourly, half day or full day basis.
We offer fixed cost helplines providing access to HR advice and support on day to day employment matters. Please contact us if you would like a no obligation quote for this service; costs are based on the number of employees, payroll size and numbers of users.
How we can help:
- Disciplinary issues
- Contracts, policies and procedures
- Procedurally compliant dismissals
- Pay issues
- Risk management review work
- Redundancies, reorganisations and restructuring
- Transfer of Undertakings (“TUPE”)
- Employment tribunals and contract claims
- Discrimination and equal opportunities
- Employee exits and settlement agreements
- Employment law training
- Insurance backed services - Brachers Protect; and
- Fixed cost HR helpline
- The Team
- News & Events
Updated guidance on GDPR consent
The government has published its response to the consultation on reforming the Employment Tribunal system this week.
Discrimination Time Limits: Continuing Acts
Employment Tribunal Claims
GDPR In House Training
The Data Protection Fee
Tax on termination payments - how are settlement agreements going to be affected?
Annual Increase in Tribunal Awards
The removal of Tribunal Fees – what’s next?
Failure to give a male employee enhanced shared parental pay is not discriminatory
GDPR - How can we help?
Does the processing of children’s data require particular protection under the GDPR?
Supreme Court decision on worker status
Data breach puts GDPR back in the headlines
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