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Hemingway Rd, Cardiff
About Head Office
Head Office provides pragmatic, effective and affordable HR and
employment law solutions to businesses who understand the value of effective
Whether you are an owner manager with a small close knit team of employees, or a large organisation with hundreds of employees and on-site HR support, we are able to provide the tailored support you need to get the best from your employees and avoid the pitfalls of complicated employment legislation.
We understand that your people are your most important asset. We can help you retain the best, identify the least productive, manage change for improved efficiency and provide support, giving legal advice which is both practical and commercial for your business.
- Legal and HR Advice Helpline
- Online resources for your business
- Consultancy services
- HR professionals and Employment Law Solicitors
- Direct access to advisors and account managers
- Training, seminars and events
- Legal updates
- Fixed Fee Mediation Service
- Mediation Consultancy & Advice
- We help reduce the risks of litigation
- Better value than having an in-house HR department or external legal costs
- We are friendly, efficient, reliable, courteous and confidential
- We keep you fully updated and compliant with the latest legislation
- Full cost control with fixed prices per package
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We remove the risks and provide the vital protection you need - leaving you free to concentrate on growing your business.
Latest HR & employment news
Dismissal for a refusal to lie to customers was not religious discrimination.15/05/2013
A Christian call centre employee has failed in his claim for discrimination after he alleged that he was dismissed because of his objection to lie whilst speaking to potential customers. He claimed protection under the Equality Act, arguing that being asked to lie was in direct conflict with his religious beliefs.Click here to continue reading...
"Dismissal for a refusal to lie to customers was not religious discrimination."...
Blackburn Rovers defeated again – this time in court01/05/2013
This week, Blackburn Rovers were subjected to yet another defeat in what is turning out to be a catastrophic season for the Championship club, following their relegation from the Premier League last May. The losses on the field have come thick and fast for Rovers over the last two seasons, however this latest defeat took place in the courtroom and cost them £2.25 million, instead of 3 points.Click here to continue reading...
"Blackburn Rovers defeated again – this time in court"...
Dismissal for bringing a claim against a former employer was victimisation18/04/2013
An employee who was dismissed by her employers six days after they learnt that she was bringing a claim for sex discrimination against her former employers, has won her claim for victimisation.Click here to continue reading...
"Dismissal for bringing a claim against a former employer was victimisation"...