HR Consultancy and Employment Law Advice

Your HR consultants

If you’re a business owner, manager, or an in-house HR professional in need of some advice relating to any aspect of human resources or employment law, just let us know.

We’ve been in the HR consultancy business for over 10 years now, so there’s not a lot we haven’t been involved with. The Deminos team can help you with any HR project or issue, regardless of your industry, the sector you trade in, or where you’re based in the UK.

We will work with you to come up with a solution that’s completely tailored to suit your business; there’s no one-size-fits-all policy here.

As your HR consultants, the way you use our expertise is entirely flexible and up to you. You can choose to use our services on an ad-hoc basis to assist with HR projects, or can sign up to our ‘retained client service’, giving you access to our 24/7 emergency helpline.

You’ll be assigned your own dedicated HR advisor too, who will help you with any employee relations issues you may have.

Deminos can also provide fully prepared documentation to ensure that your key HR documents and policies are up to date and fully compliant. We can also prepare bespoke letters and documents for any HR situation that may arise.

Whether you’re looking for advice relating to recruitment, performance management, leadership, employee wellbeing, workplace culture or training and development, we have the solution. With our guidance, you can stop constantly ‘fire-fighting’; solving HR issues only for another one to happen shortly after.

Working with our expert HR consultants will allow you to manage people strategies on a long term basis and leave your time free in order to run your business.

Here are some specialist subjects that we’ve helped clients with over the years:

  • HR and people strategies
  • Benchmarking and job evaluation
  • Pay structures and pay reviews
  • Performance management processes
  • Succession planning and talent management
  • Leadership and management development
  • Change management programmes
  • Teambuilding solutions

Employment Legal Advice

It’s vital to stay on the right side of the law when managing a business. Employment law is ever-changing, so can be tough to keep up to date with. There are also situations where quick, accurate employment law advice is imperative, such as in the case of an emergency. This is where Deminos can help.

Our team are here to keep you updated on any developments or changes in employment legislation and provide employment legal advice whenever you need it.

We’re ready and waiting to help guide you through any tricky employment issues, so if you’re unlucky enough to have a problem, we can support you with employment law advice to get to your ideal outcome whilst reducing any risk to your business.

Employment law applies to almost any aspect of running a business; from the earliest stages of recruitment, through the employment lifecycle, and eventually to the employee leaving the organisation or retiring. It’s vitally important to get it right every time in order to protect your organisation.

Recruitment requires managers to avoid inadvertently discriminating against any candidates, as per the Equality Act 2010. Any grievances and disciplinary cases must follow the Acas Code of Practice so employees are treated fairly and not wrongfully or unfairly dismissed.

Employers are also now far more aware of employee wellbeing and mental health in the workplace. Knowing the employment law relating to this area is now more important than ever.

If the worst happens and your organisation has to defend a claim at an employment tribunal, then our litigator Ed McFarlane can provide specialist employment law advice. He can draft and prepare your case, representing you and providing advocacy in court.

Whatever happens, we’re right behind you.

If you’re having trouble with any of the following, just give us a call on 020 7870 1090 or click the contact us button to see how we can help:

  • Workplace investigations
  • Disciplinary and grievances
  • Managing absence
  • Flexible working and family-friendly policies
  • Redundancy and restructures
  • Exit strategies
  • TUPE
  • Employment tribunal representation