HR, Employment Law and Health & Safety Advice

The Vantage HR and safety experts are available to take calls from you and your clients on any issue in these areas.  Our advice lines have been in operation for over two decades and cover a variety of topics, including:

  • Performance and absence management
  • TUPE
  • Redundancies
  • Calculating holiday entitlements
  • Grievances and disciplinary processes and more

Business & legal Advice

Vantage accountancy clients and their clients also have unlimited access to invaluable advice on all aspects of commercial and personal law, including:

  • Company and commercial law
  • Data Protection
  • Intellectual Property
  • Restrictive covenants
  • Landlord and tenant disputes
  • Employment and settlement agreements
  • Consumer law
  • Business contracts
  • Neighbour disputes
  • Property disputes
  • Wills and probate issues
  • Insolvency and debt collection
  • Vehicle disputes
  • Initial advice on personal injury claims

In addition, Vantage HR & Safety can provide more in-depth support in the following areas:

Employment Law

Vantage assists in creating legally compliant employment contracts and employee handbooks to safeguard and protect your business.

HR and Health & Safety Consultancy

Allow Vantage to provide you with a complimentary assessment of your legal Health and Safety obligations and insurance requirements.

Fire Risk Assessment

The threat of a fire can cause severe consequences for both lives and properties. Numerous businesses lack the necessary documentation. Allow Vantage to address this crucial aspect of your business.

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Vantage Fee Protect is staffed by some of the most experienced people in the industry, ensuring
that we provide the best possible Tax Fee Protection Insurance schemes to our accountancy clients.

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