XpertHR offers businesses complimentary COVID-19 check-in

XpertHR is launching a new service for UK organisations offering a complimentary COVID-19 check-in with a member of the XpertHR team who will demonstrate the resources and tools most relevant for their organisation during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

As featured in the business owners checklist in The Times newspaper, XpertHR has over 150 COVID-19 resources for guidance on legal compliance and the practical measures that can be introduced such as time off, sick pay, redundancies, lay-offs, short-time working, furlough leave under the ‘Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme’, health and safety and contingency planning, as well as measures taken by governments abroad that will affect global employers.

Scott Walker, Managing Director at XpertHR said:

“For over 20 years XpertHR has been supporting the HR profession with guidance and compliance tools to adhere to legislative and employment regulations.

Today, we support over 5,000 UK companies across multiple sectors stay up to date with the latest in legal compliance, good practice and benchmarking information. In recent weeks we have focused our +100 strong editorial teams on covering the global coronavirus outbreak and producing critical guidance for our customers to help them at this unprecedented time.

The coronavirus pandemic is one of the greatest business challenges facing employers, so now more than ever organisations need our support, guidance and extensive expertise. We’re providing organisation with the opportunity to benefit from a free 15 minute check-in with us, where our team will look to help to navigate the impact of coronavirus for their business and provide recommendations on appropriate resources. We’d encourage all organisations, large or small to book an appointment”

Recently added resources include How to furlough employees under the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme and Government guidance on how employers can reclaim sick pay paid to employees due to coronavirus (various restrictions apply).

XpertHR is also supporting employers with a free ‘Coronavirus and your workforce’ podcast and webinar series, where organisations can get answers to their questions from an expert panel of employment lawyers and HR specialists.

To book a COVID-19 check-in visit http://www.xperthr.co.uk/covid19 or call 020 8652 4653

For more information on XpertHR visit: www.xperthr.co.uk