Betfred Founder and Owner of Peninsula Business Services, Peter Done to Recruit Jobs
Betfred joint founder and owner of Peninsula Business Services, Peter Done has announced plans to recruit 30 new jobs to help prepare businesses for employment tribunal reforms being introduced this year.
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May 24, 2013 (FPRC) -- Betfred joint founder and owner of Peninsula Business Services, Peter Done, has announced he is planning to recruit 30 new employment law specialists in the next three months to visit companies and to help prepare them for new employment tribunal reforms being introduced this year.
The employment law specialists will be based at Peninsula Business Services HQ in Central Manchester and will be recruited locally from within the NR region.
Peter Done, managing director of Peninsula Business Services said today, “I’m sending out my employment law specialists to prepare businesses across the country. We want them to know what is happening and how the reforms will affect them. Many people know me and my brother Fred like a gamble, mostly on Manchester United but when it comes to HR issues we know when to stop, it’s like throwing money down the gutter, getting your policies and procedures right in the first place is a dead cert, get it wrong and you lose at tribunal.”
Done continues, “Reforms being introduced this year will be the biggest shake up in tribunal rules in 25 years. The Government are introducing them to prevent frivolous employment tribunal claims, however it will cost employers money to defend themselves and they’ll need to fork out even more cash if they are found guilty. This is why I want to recruit the best employment law specialists to be on the side of the employer, to be their defence and help them make sense of what is happening. If I need more specialists then I’ll recruit more staff - it’s as simple as that.”
Peter Done adds, “Many of my friends are business owners and they tell me how frustrating it is when a routine HR issue such as sacking someone who is underperforming turns into something more serious such as employment tribunal. Sadly many small firms take a gamble and sack workers without following policies only to be taken to tribunal.
Done concludes, “Experienced Employment Law specialists who can make a difference should get in contact with my Employment Law Director, Alan Price if they are interested.”
For further clarification please contact Sammual-James McLoughlin on 0161 827 8511.
Send an email to Sammual-James McLoughlin of Peninsula Business Services
0161 827 8511
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