SAS Daniels LLP, one of the North West’s leading law firms, has launched an online service to help businesses manage their legal employment requirements more easily.
SAS Protect Online is a new part of SAS Daniels’ SAS Protect and HR Solutions services, already used by over 200 businesses for robust and practical employment law advice. The service saves a client on average £10,000 per year against the cost of managing employee issues.
Providing businesses and employees with access to their employment contracts, policies and procedures at all times, SAS Protect Online also offers the facility for employees to sign their contracts on a computer or tablet and confirm that they have read and understood policies and procedures. This full audit trail will allow employers to manage constantly changing employment law requirements more easily as they will always be up to date.
SAS Protect and HR Solutions provides employers with unlimited advice as well as unlimited on site support at disciplinary, grievances and appeals all at a fixed fee. With many other law firms charging by the hour, this can represent savings of thousands of pounds for businesses faced with legal action.
SAS Protect Online extends that service – at no extra cost to existing clients – to give employers unlimited access to guidance at the end of their fingertips.
Under SAS Protect, SAS Daniels’ specialist team of employment lawyers offer guidance on procedures to follow, regular updates and seminars, as well as comprehensive ‘start to finish’ advice if a business finds itself faced by a tribunal claim.
Michaela Buck, Chief Executive, Mastercall Healthcare, says: “SAS Daniels has assisted us for many years with all aspects of employment law and related issues. The advice is practical, commercial and robust. They are our trusted advisers and we find their support invaluable. The new online service takes this to another level.”
According to Head of the Employment Law & HR team at SAS Daniels, “Employees are typically a business’ biggest asset but can also be its biggest headache. We don’t believe that limiting access to help by a set number of hours is beneficial to our clients or a way to resolve issues. We are focused on achieving results and helping our clients manage difficult situations more easily.”