Employment Information Services was established in 2002 by David McNaught who, after an international HR management career with Johnson & Johnson, was working for a London-based international consultancy. Instead of using standard, packaged solutions he believed that every employment problem has unique features and had to be addressed as such, through a customised and affordable set of solutions.
Employment Information Services has now combined with the Human Resources consultancy ‘Employment Advisory Services’ in order to extend the range of services offered to employers and individuals who require expert, but cost-effective, support to address a whole range of employment problems as well as designing customised and effective HR systems for any size organisation.
We provide expert advice to:
A breakdown in the employer/employee relationship can be costly and damaging to both parties, with the potential for high legal costs, compensation and increased insurance premiums. Litigation is time consuming and disruptive for all concerned. Cases can be won or lost on matters of procedure rather than simply who is in the right. Employment law can be complex and is constantly changing.
We provide expert support to solicitors in the assessment of loss of earnings.
We provide advice and support to employers and employees on any employment issue or problem in order to avoid litigation.
Healthy Employee Relations
The maintenance of healthy employee relations minimises the risk of litigation. We can give expert - but cost effective - support and advice to develop effective Human Resources systems for any size organisation, with special attention on performance management, and disciplinary and grievance procedures.
If problems do arise, we can act as:
- A mediator in conflict resolution
- An expert in preparing for litigation
- An advisor to individual employees needing advice and support in addressing problems in their employment such as
- Bullying at work
- Pay inequality
- Disciplinary procedures
- Unfair dismissal
- A provider of career counselling