The HR Sat Nav+

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The HR Sat Nav+  – Guiding you on the HR Journey.

For first time employers, employment legislation is daunting. This HR guide provides a clear path to help manage the people in your business.

This practical HR pack will help you get the basic HR steps right. It contains an employment framework, templates, checklists, letters, forms and a range of reference material. Ideal for business owners and busy managers.

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The HR Sat Nav+ is the perfect map through employment law for first time employers. The guide provides a clear route through the key HR issues that an SME may face as it starts to grow.

All employers will come across pitfalls and challenges at some point. The HR Sat Nav+ provides a clear, logical employment framework which guides you through the correct steps to take in recruitment, employment contracts, holidays, the area of family friendly rights, as well as helping you managing sickness absence, discipline and deal with redundancies.

The HR Sat Nav+ follows an employee’s journey, from recruitment onwards ending at termination of employment. The pack is split into 12 smaller sections, containing easy-to-read guidance on each area and a number of supporting templates.

The pack contains a hard copy of guidance and templates as well as digital copies of templates to help employers save time. Simply drop key details in to the templates and the work is done!

Templates include:

  • Application form
  • Terms and conditions of employment
  • Attendance record
  • Discipline and grievance letters
  • Flexible working letters
  • Plus many more.


The HR Sat Nav+ is accompanied with reference material to give employers a greater understanding of key aspects of employment law that could affect the business. This includes recruitment, workplace investigations and managing attendance e-books by the HR Headmistress.

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