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About Head Office

Head Office provides pragmatic, effective and affordable HR and employment law solutions to businesses who understand the value of effective people management.

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.

We provide:

  • 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

Why us?

  • 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

National Minimum Wage to Increase


The Government has confirmed that the national minimum wage will increase on 1st October 2015.

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EAT Disability Discrimination Decision - Land Registry v Houghton & Others


The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) recently decided that an employer had discriminated against a group of five disabled employees by denying them a bonus on the basis of their disability related sickness absence records.

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Employment Tribunal Hears First Twitter Case


The Employment Tribunal recently heard its first Twitter related case and held that dismissal for misuse of social media could potentially be deemed fair.

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