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GA Human Resources Ltd
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GA Human Resources is an expanding HR Outsourcing provider. We provide full HR outsourcing services to small and medium sized businesses across London, Kent and East Sussex. GA Human Resources offer first class employment law guidance and provide bespoke and legally compliant contracts of employment and staff handbooks. We provide clients with templates or bespoke letters, HR policies and procedures for every employment situations such as disciplinaries, grievnaces, maternity and paternity leave, flexible working, redundancy and many more scenarios. GA Human Resources also provide a recruitment campaign management service that rivals agencies by charging a small and affordable fixed fee for complete management of the recruitment campaign by a recruitment expert.Retained clients can also benefit from our cloud based online HR Systems, specifically designed for SMEs. All your employee data can be held in one secure place with the ability to record and report on holiday and sickness absence, performance management, training and development and much more.
GA Human Resources is an expanding HR Outsourcing provider. We provide full HR outsourcing services to small and medium sized businesses across London, Kent and East Sussex. GA Human Resources offer first class employment law guidance and provide bespoke and legally compliant contracts of employment and staff handbooks. We provide clients with templates or bespoke letters, HR policies and procedures for every employment situations such as disciplinaries, grievnaces, maternity and paternity leave, flexible working, redundancy and many more scenarios. GA Human Resources also provide a recruitment campaign management service that rivals agencies by charging a small and affordable fixed fee for complete management of the recruitment campaign by a recruitment expert.Retained clients can also benefit from our cloud based online HR Systems, specifically designed for SMEs. All your employee data can be held in one secure place with the ability to record and report on holiday and sickness absence, performance management, training and development and much more.

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Do you have a pay sick employees in their notice period? http://ow.ly/qCqaD

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Employees calling in sick? Remember - 7 days self cert, 3 waiting days for SSP & consider back to work interview http://ow.ly/qCpys

GAHR don't just advise on HR and employment law we manage recruitment and provide training too. A full HR service.

This week we have enjoyed managing a recruitment campaign for a Knightsbridge Hedge Fund, held a great strategy meeting through Growth Accelerator and have provided many clients with HR advice from policy and procedure to holidays for part-timers.

Following a conversation on the People Management forum this week I was amazed to see how many people feel that managers are too busy to manage poor performers and feel that employment laws make dismissing poor performers too difficult. There are are 2 years of employment before unfair dismissal rights kick in. Surely this is sufficient time to assess whether someone is generally cut out for the job? I accept that sometimes employees start well and for some reason their performance dips over time, but if they could perform originally they should be able to perform again. Either way in this situation the manager can ultimately dismiss them on the grounds of capability, but yes there will be a little time and effort required. If there were no such laws in place managers could sack on a whim whenever they chose - and unless you are the MD this is as much a risk for the manager as the subordinate so I don't think relaxing the law further is the answer. For assistance in performance management, GA Human Resources can help, from putting together a performance management plan, to holding disciplinaries and defending a claim if one does arise.
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