Ask Citation about… HR & Employment Law


Being a business owner doesn’t instantly make you an HR & Employment Law expert. And you’ve no doubt got a few questions you’d like answers to for your own peace of mind.

Well, say goodbye to late nights spent trawling through Google for answers. Give Alexa a rest and Siri the day off.

Think of us as your personal search engine for any questions you’ve got about HR & Employment Law.

We’ve started you off with three free guides covering the most common questions we get, but don’t forget, when you work with us, our expert team are on-hand 24/7 to answer all your questions.

What do I need to know about Employment Law as an employer?

Did you know that working people have rights before they’re even employed by you? If that comes as a surprise, don’t worry, our guide HR & Employment Law: the basics is the perfect place for you to start.

From recruitment and contracts of employment to working time regulations and disciplinary procedures, this guide is ideal for when you need to get the groundwork right for you and your employees.

Download the guide here.

What employee rights apply during probation periods?

Employers often require new hires to complete a probationary period before their permanent position is confirmed.

However, there are plenty of employment rights that apply from day one of employment. If you want to make sure that you’re getting all the details right and you’re complying with the law when it comes to probation periods, give our free checklist What Employment Law applies on probationary periods? a try.

Download the guide here.

What can HR do to support engaged employees?

One of the core elements of building winning teams is through employee engagement. But what does it really mean for your business?

Our guide The core foundations of employee engagement takes an in-depth look at exactly what employee engagement is, how to measure it and, most importantly, how to improve it!

Get started creating an engaged environment and happy employees by downloading the guide here.

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