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HR toolkit for fast-growing companies that are hiring

Our free HR toolkit for fast-growing companies has been created to help save you time by providing key documents and HR templates for your business so you can focus your energy on growing your company.

By downloading this toolkit (form below) you instantly gain access to a suite of valuable letters and documents, drafted by us at Davenport Solicitors.

Our HR toolkit contains:

  • Job description checklist
  • An offer of employment letter
  • New employee announcement email
  • Induction checklist
  • New starter personal details form
  • IT onboarding checklist
  • Passing probationary period letter

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Davenport Solicitors is an award-winning law firm based in London specialising in employment law and business immigration matters. We also offer a fixed-fee monthly HR support retainer to support our clients and free them up to carry on with running their business.

The material contained on this website and HR toolkit contains general information only. It does not constitute legal or other professional advice and should not be relied upon as such. While every care has been taken in the preparation of the information on this site and the HR toolkit, readers are advised to seek specific legal advice in relation to any decision or course of action.

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