Choose an Advice Plan that Works for You
EARLY SUPPORTFREE Limited Access
- Up to 24 hours*
- Advice on all work problems including; disciplinary, dismissals grievance, suspension redundancy, appeals, early tribunal process, maternity and paternity rights, TUPE and Contract questions
- No credit card required
- Available 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday
- Dedicated advisor
- Course discounts
- Letter writing and letter reviews
- Access to guidance templates
COMPREHENSIVE SUPPORT10 DAY Unlimited Access
- £9.70 a day for 10 days of Online Expert Advice and Chat about your case when you need.
- Extended access to our advisors who will respond to you up to 10pm on workdays
- All correspondence received will be reviewed by our Experts who will give you advice on your next best steps.
- Exclusive access to supportive guidance templates
- Our Experts will review and suggest changes to your letters.
- All of your conversations and advice available on request and in one place.
- 10% Discount on our training courses.
INTENSIVE SUPPORT3 MONTH Premium Access
- £5.32 a day for 3 full months of Online and telephone based Expert Advice and chat about your case when you need it.
- ALL the Comprehensive Support PLUS;
- A 45 Minute call with your dedicated advisor
- Your dedicated Expert
- Online Weekend support where required
- Legal Letter writing
- ‘Advisor On-Call’ option when you are due to go to a formal meeting at work
- Why 3 months? Our research shows that you need at least three months support to resolve a work problem.
How does the free 24hrs advice trial work?
You don’t need a credit card only your email address to start your free trial. Your 24 hours is activated at the time your first response is sent from a HR Solver expert. You will be notified by email when you have received a response. You can then jump back on the same device and webpage and see your response and reply or ask more questions.
Do I need to provide an email address?
Yes. To ensure we can reply to your advice question and quality check our advice and manage your case we require your email address. After your Free Trial we will close your session from our system. You are only able to get one free session in 12 months.
Do you offer a phone call advice session?
Yes in our ‘intensive support’ plan you can speak with your dedicated expert by phone in one call, when you feel you need it. This is in addition to continuously corresponding by message as part of your plan.
How qualified are your advisors??
Our Experts have years of experience of advising on employee relations cases. Often with formal training in Employment Law and working with employers advising them on legal and organisational practices. Our Experts know employment law and what process employers legally must follow to be fair and when employers have tripped up.
Our experts are members of the CIPD, chartered institute for Personnel Development
Can I cancel a paid plan any time?
Our plans are not subscriptions you will not be charged continuously, only once, when you opt for your chosen plan.
What work problems do you support with?
We can support you with basic questions on your employment contractual entitlements and work rights, such as, holiday taking and holiday pay, sick pay, maternity and paternity rights, changing working hours and deductions of pay through to more complicated questions on disciplinary process, warnings and dismissals. We will also give you help on investigations and suspension from work appealing and employment tribunal processes.
What if I am getting advice and my free trial expires?
If you need to continue getting advice and your advice session is due to expire or has expired, you can upgrade at the end of your 24 hours and your previous free advice session and previous dialogue will be reinstated.
Is Employment Law different in the UK?
Yes. Employment law is very slightly different in England and Wales, compared to Scotland and Northern Ireland. However, the differences are subtle and largely inconsequential. The main differences arise in settlement agreements and in the employment tribunal system including; costs/expenses, witness contributions in Employment tribunals. There are significantly more differences for employment law in Northern Ireland so if you are based there, please flag this to your expert.
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