The best way to manage your business and employees is to let us help
Thursday 11th July 2013
Marsden Rawsthorn's employment law specialist James Bellamy, suggests the best way to manage your nursery business and employees – is to let us help.
Managing a children’s nursery is a demanding yet fulfilling occupation. We recognise that there are many challenges in order to get your employee relationships right in such a busy environment, particularly in accordance with Ofsted policies. With a range of part-time and regular staff, managing your team is a full-time job in itself and, with a steady stream of changes to UK and EU legislation, failure to comply may lead to an inspection of your nursery.
Marsden Rawsthorn act for a range of children’s nurseries in the region and we specialise in employee guidance and employer support within the care service sector.
We can offer specialist advice on the day to day running of your nursery and your employee relations. Our support includes advice on managing staffing problems and ensuring employee break and working time directives comply with legislation. We can help manage discipline and grievance matters and bullying and harassment too.
As part of our employment law service we offer:
Employee Advice Line – designed to fit in with your needs and budget – pay as you go or on a monthly retainer.
Implementing robust policies – to ensure they will stand up to inspections or investigations by Ofsted and reduce the risk of an investigation.
Employee contracts and handbook – don’t leave it to chance, proper employee contracts and guidelines ensure you stay in control and avoid costly penalties.
As an introduction to our employment law services, Marsden Rawsthorn are offering managers and owners of Children's nurseries and other employers support within the care service sector an initial free consultation to discuss your needs.
To arrange your appointment and begin a stress-free employee relationship with your team, call James on 01772 799600.
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