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HR documentation and HR database management

Whilst not a ‘sexy’ part of HR – relevant and appropriate HR documentation combined with a well-maintained HR database plays an important role in the efficient running of your business – and can help you control costs, minimise risk and maximise the contribution that your staff can make.

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Bespoke HR documentation

From employment policies, procedures and control forms, to letters covering everything from job offers and salary reviews to disciplinary matters, promotions and dismissals, etc., we can produce all the HR documentation that your Company needs.

By combining a thorough understanding of the culture and structure within your Company with our in-depth knowledge of HR legislation and best practice, we can produce HR documentation that’s tailored to your business’s HR requirements, reflects your Company’s identity, and – importantly – is written in plain English so can be easily understood.

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HR database maintenance

Once your business is equipped with all the necessary HR documents, the next challenge is to ensure they’re always used – and that the relevant data is promptly and accurately collated and utilised.

We can help your business maintain a comprehensive and accurate HR database in which every aspect of each employee’s HR interactions (such as interview notes, offer letters, salary reviews, and training and disciplinary records, etc.) are recorded.

Again, every Company has different requirements in this respect, but Pisces HR can be relied on to provide an objective service focused on delivering tangible benefits, tailored to the specific needs of your business.

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Andrew's View

Developing and maintaining relevant HR documentation may not be a very glamorous activity, but it is an essential one that proves its value when accurate and reliable HR data is needed to deal with a potentially serious and expensive problem.

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