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What can you buy for £250?

Our HR Consultants have been giving this a lot of thought this week and we've come up with a few ideas: -



Two bottles of Taittinger Comtes de Champagne 2007 Champagne

A weekend away in a UK three star hotel, room only

A meal for two at The Ivy

Apple Watch Series 3

Return Easyjet Flight from London Gatwick to Barcelona

One night in a Signature Suite in the 5* St David's Hotel and Spa in Cardiff

Single train ticket from Penzance to Aberdeen


A template Contract of Employment, updated to comply with new legislation set to come into effect from 6 April 2020, personalised with your own business details and logo for you to populate as many times as you want to give to your employees.


As part of the Government's Good Work Plan, legislation around Written Statements of Terms and Conditions of Employment, often referred to as the Employment Contract or Contract of Employment, is set to change on 6 April 2020.


From 6 April, a contract will become a Day One Right, so you should be reviewing any existing contracts now to ensure your business remains compliant, and from this date the right to a Written Statement has been extended to include Workers as well as Employees.


Under this new legislation there are further points that must be included within the Contract, including:-


  • How long the job is expected to last and the end date of a Fixed Term Contract

  • How much notice required from both the Employer and Worker to terminate the Contract

  • The hours and days of the week the Worker will be expected to work

  • Details of other types of paid leave, for example Maternity or Paternity Leave and don't forget Parental Bereavement Leave which will also come into effect on 6 April 2020

  • Details of their eligibility for sick leave and pay

  • The duration and conditions of any probationary period

  • Details of all remuneration, not just salary.  For example Medical Insurance or Gym Membership (if provided)

  • Details of any training entitlement provided by the Employer, any part of that training entitlement which the Employer requires the Worker to complete, and any other training which the Employer requires the Worker to complete and which the Employer will not bear the cost.

If you would rather forego your two bottles of Taittinger Comtes de Champagne 2007 Champagne this week or for the price of a single train ticket from Penzance to Aberdeen, for only £250 we can provide you with a template Written Statement of Terms and Conditions, bespoke to your businesses policies and procedures and personalised with your logo.


And there is no limit on the number of times that you can use it - just populate the template with your Employees' details, sign and issue. It couldn't be any easier!


Just think of the amount of time you would save using a template from Bear Human Resources - if time is money you may get the Champagne too!


CONTACT US Today to get your Unlimited Use Template Contract Document