Protect your business with free employer advice based on the Acas Code of Practice
Call Employer Advice and get instant answers to any employment or HR challenges you face.
Our friendly team of legal experts will listen to you carefully, and give you the best advice to protect your business.
All our advice is based on the Acas Code of Practice, which you need to follow. If you don’t, you could face the full weight of the law if an employee dispute turns sour. You can call us to find out:
- What you need to do handle a bad employee without falling foul of the law
- The steps you must take to meet the Acas Code of Practice for employee disputes
- Your legal duties and what new updates to UK employment law mean for your business
- How to save time and reduce stress when managing HR issues
The Acas Code of Practice guidance on staff disputes is 90 pages long. We tell you what you need to know in a phone call.
We’re only for employers and our advice is always free, with no obligations. Please speak to an expert advisor today. Call 0800 389 0286
What the Acas Code of Practice means for you
You need to follow the Acas Code of Practice to the word if you have an issue with an employee. If you don’t, you’re taking a big business risk.
An employment tribunal will judge you if you don’t follow the rules. And it could count against you in court. A tribunal can add up to 25% extra on any claim for not meeting the Acas Code of Practice.
As an employer, you might think that the rules on disputes make it too hard and too risky to challenge a bad employee. Many of your fellow UK business leaders might agree.
But those are the rules. If you don’t follow the Acas Code of Practice, it’s almost impossible to manage disruptive employees safely. And if the worst happens, you could face paying out as much as £83,682 at an employment tribunal.
For over 70 years, our advice has helped thousands of UK businesses remove the risk from their most challenging HR issues. Our advice is 100% FREE, always practical, and only for employerslike you.
Get expert HR and employment law advice today. Please call Employer Advice on 0800 389 0286