We can support you with any employment issue to provide you with professional advice that’s relevant to your business. We’ve been around for over 10 years now, so there’s not a lot we haven’t dealt with!

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Being faced with an employment tribunal is stressful and can be costly to your business if not handled correctly. If you’re business is faced with an employment tribunal claim, we’re on hand to help you.

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We can work with you to develop the talent you have within your business. With our range of training & development courses we can help to develop skills and improve business performance.

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We can conduct an employee engagement survey to discover what is required to increase motivation, align teams with organisation, team and individual goals, and improve overall performance.

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Whatever your HR problem or query, our Deminos Self Service Portal gives you access to all the information you’ll need to successfully manage HR and employment law in your organisation.

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How to be an Employer – Available in paperback and eBook format

Learn how to manage your people; starting with recruitment, all the way through to when an employee leaves your company. ‘How to be an Employer’ from Deminos is your complete step-by-step guidebook to handling any HR or employment law situation that comes your way.

Topics covered: Recruitment, Employment contracts, Family-friendly rights, Managing absence, Dealing with performance issues, The disciplinary and grievance process, Terminating the employment contract, Employment tribunals.

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