Updated for 2020 
 
20 easy-to-read policies, each tailored to your business 
£899 +VAT 
 
Price includes: 
a consultation with one of our employment solicitors 
a printed set of policies inside a folder bearing your company logo and name 
electronic copies of your policies 
 

Why you need an employee handbook 

Having an employee handbook isn't a legal requirement but is certainly good practice. It is a method of collating all the important points which you want to bring to the attention of your employees. As an employer you are required to provide quite a lot of information to your employees and having a central document, whether printed or electronic, is an efficient way of making sure this happens. It also makes it easier for you to keep the information up to date. 
 
We recommend 20 essential but 'easy to read' policies for your handbook. 
 
We can help you produce an employee handbook that is specific to your needs, easy to read and easy to understand. Although each of our handbooks are tailored to your own business by one of our employment solicitors, we offer this service at a single fixed price for the 20 policies. 
 

Who will read your new policies? 

Many HR policies are too complex. Employees never read them and managers don't stick to them. The result is a greater risk of ending up in an Employment Tribunal. 
 
Apart from being a good source of helpful information for your new employees, employee handbooks have been used by Tribunals to make decisions which have supported the employer.  
 
If you are going to have a handbook, make sure it's written well. It may well come to your rescue in any contentious tribunals. Or even better, reduce the risk of a tribunal in the first place. 
Our updated 2020 handbook now includes  
20 essential policies: 
Holiday pay 
Whistleblowing 
Drugs and alcohol 
Bribery 
Modern slavery 
Social media 
Grievance 
Data protection 
Equal opportunities 
Harassment and bullying 
Flexible working 
Performance improvement 
Absence management 
Redundancy 
Disciplinary 
Wellbeing 
Recruitment 
Menopause 
Homeworking 
Maternity and family friendly 
As well as adding four new policies, all policies have been refreshed to reflect the latest developments in employment law. 

Get in touch 

Do you have a legal matter you'd like to discuss with us? Get in touch using the details below or use the form here and a member of our team will be in touch to discuss your enquiry. 
Phone: 0121 452 5130 
Address: Spencer Shaw Solicitors Limited 
Vancouver House, 111 Hagley Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham B16 8LB 
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