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Employment advice for private practitioners

When working in private practice, whether operating alone or in a group, you are legally obliged to reduce the inherent risks relating to staff you may engage as self-employed, employees or workers.

For valuable information on this and other employment issues contact our Employer Advisory Service, an exclusive service only for BMA members.

Our comprehensive, authoritative advice covers:

  • Contracts of employment. Drafting, changing, transferring in/out of your business
  • Contracts for services. Terms and conditions, essential clauses and correspondence
  • Performance management
  • Grievance and disciplinary issues
  • Absence management
  • Recruitment
  • Appraising staff
  • Discrimination issues
  • HR policies and practice
  • Employment Tribunals.*

To contact the Employer advisory service, call us on 0300 123 1233 and tell the adviser you have a private practice query.

*subject to the terms and conditions in myBMA