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Running a company is a huge undertaking and staying abreast of employment law while dealing with day-to-day business requirements can be challenging. Our online management tool, Thrings@Work, helps you to foster good employee relations, protects your organisation from potentially damaging claims, and provides a robust framework for your HR strategy.

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Kerrie Hunt

Kerrie Hunt

Partner

Our online HR management tool

Thrings@Work covers all aspects of employment law – from recruitment through to termination. Developed for HR managers and professionals, it is designed to save you time and money, and keep your business running smoothly.

This resource was created by our employment and HR specialists, and gives you access to a secure website protected by the Praesidium Employment Law Protection Scheme. Full of practical guidance and strategic insight, you can access it through a fixed-cost annual retainer, helping you deal with all of the legal and practical aspects of running a business.

Expertise

Our Thrings@Work service encompasses:

  • easy-to-read guidance on managing employment issues
  • up-to-date and user-friendly documentation to download
  • step-by-step guides, policies and procedures, forms and records
  • regular email alerts to keep you up to date
  • advance warning of forthcoming changes and future legislation

  • direct advice and support from our team of employment law specialists
  • employment tribunal awards insurance up to £250,000 per claim
  • tribunal claims handling and representation

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News 7 June 2017

Who said there’s no such thing as bad publicity?

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News 23 August 2016

Making employment work for working parents

Whilst it’s unsurprising to hear that motherhood is still costing women one third of their salary in comparison to men (see here), it remains to be...

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News 19 August 2016

Staff give delivery business food for thought

Carey Cooper, employment associate solicitor at Thrings, comments: News that online food delivery company Deliveroo will not force its riders to sign contracts which could have seen...

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