Welcome to VizualHR

HR management is vital for organisations who are serious about their staff. We provide clients with human resource consulting, policy solutions and employment law advice, tailored to help you maximize the effectiveness of your staff every day of their working week, while making sure your organisation is in line with current UK law

The HR Audit service from Vizual HR involves an on-site audit of a company’s HR processes, procedures and policies with an HR Consultant from Vizual HR. For £495, the end result is a comprehensive report which is delivered back to the business within seven days, which helps employers to understand their HR vulnerabilities and how best to resolve them.

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NEW HR Update: Recent announcements

October Update Last Updated: 2011/10/12 11:23 more…

Suspension on maternity grounds

This article is a FAQ on how an employer deals with suspension on maternity grounds. Last Updated: 2011/07/22 17:21 more…

HR Update: Agency Workers Regulations

September Update Last Updated: 2011/07/15 13:15 more…

UK Bribery Act 2010

The latest piece of legislation affecting employment is the UK Bribery Act 2010, which came into force on 1st July 2011. This legislation addresses potential bribery issues and this article gives guidance on how to protect your Company from any risk. Last Updated: 2011/07/06 17:16 more…

Fair And Unfair Dismissal

Legislation concerning unfair dismissal was first introduced in the Industrial Relations Act and subsequently re-enacted in the Trade Union and Labour Relations Act (TULRA) 1974. It is now contained within the Employment Rights Act 1996. Last Updated: 2011/06/27 17:47 more…

Handling Redundancy Effectively

This article examines an employer’s responsibilities when having to make redundancies and answers commonly asked questions to our Adviceline. Last Updated: 2011/05/25 13:38 more…

Right To Accompaniment

Since 2000 workers have had the statutory right to be accompanied at a disciplinary or grievance hearing. This right to representation was implemented under the Employment Relations Act 1999 and the ACAS Code of Conduct 2009 has gone further; read this article to understand your requirements as an employer. Last Updated: 2011/04/20 10:34 more…

Asking Job Applicants About Their Health

On October 1st 2010 the Equality Act came into force and has restricted the legitimate use of health-related pre-employment questions. This article explores if and when an employer can ask a job applicant about their health. Last Updated: 2011/03/14 11:41 more…

Default Retirement Age – transitional arrangements and beyond

This article explores the transitional arrangements in place for the fast approaching abolition of the Default Retirement Age. Last Updated: 2011/03/10 20:44 more…

Disability Discrimination

The Equality Act 2010 provides disabled people with protection from discrimination in a range of areas, including employment. The Equality Act replaced the Disability Discrimination (Amendment) Act 1995 Regulations which came into force on October 1, 2004 and orginally, the Disability Discrimination Act 1995. This article explains an employers obligations under the disability discrimination law, and in particular focuses on reasonable adjustments. Last Updated: 2011/03/07 15:03 more…

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