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Welcome to Kent Invicta ChamberHR

Compliance in line with latest legislation

With your Kent Invicta Chamber membership you have access to ChamberHR, an employment law and human resource benefit which includes:

Telephone advice - available when you want (24/7), and:
An online reference manual with hundreds of downloadable documents

This means that you never have to face an employment law or human resource issue alone.

Telephone Advice - 01455 852037

  • Available when you want it (24/7)
  • Unlimited access to qualified specialists on any employment law or human resource issue. 
  • You don’t have to book a call, you just pick up the telephone and call us when you need help
  • You will receive friendly, down to earth and practical advice helping you every step of the way.

For instance:

  • Is one of your employees constantly absent?  Pick up the phone for advice
  • Do you have a discipline issue?  Pick up the phone for advice
  • Have you a redundancy problem?  Pick up the phone for advice

You will receive the advice line telephone number with your Chamber membership.

Online Reference & Downloadable Documents

  • Over 400 (letters, policies, procedures, templates) in the HR library
  • Can be downloaded, edited and saved in your ‘My Account’ or in your own filing system. 
  • You can download the documents as many times as you need

For instance:

You will need a login to access the documents which you receive with your Chamber membership

Health & Safety at Work

In addition you have FREE access to the health and safety library with an option to purchase ChamberHS thereby giving you access to over 150 downloadable health and safety documents.

As a subscribing member you can upgrade for further support at preferential rates.  Please contact us at Kent Invicta Chamber

Human Resources

professional, practical and easy to follow advice on a range of human resource issues

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Health & Safety

professional advice and documentation on a range of health & safety issues

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Latest News

  • What goes around comes around

    Friday, December 05, 2014
    Technological change is always difficult to adapt to for some people and the same is true in the workplace when changes to working practices become necessary. The art of implementing any kind of workplace changes smoothly and effectively is mostly centred on the communication and management of the change. Read more...
  • Shared Parental Leave

    Friday, November 28, 2014
    From 1st December 2014 the Shared Parental Leave Regulations 2014 (SPL) come into force. Although this is a move in the right direction in order to meet the needs of modern day parenting, the rules are cumbersome, complex and may prove difficult for employers to manage and administer. Let us take you through what the legislation provides for … Read more...
  • Auditing your Equality

    Tuesday, November 25, 2014
    Although sex discrimination legislation has been in force for over 40 years, the issue of equal pay between men and women continues to rumble on. From 1st October 2014 new rules for equal pay audits apply where the employment tribunal has the power to order an equal pay audit where claims are brought on or after date and are lost. Read more...
  • Clearing Ice and Snow

    Monday, November 24, 2014
    For many businesses, winter brings the problem of how to deal with ice and snow. Slips and trips are the most common winter work hazards. If you're an employer you need to ensure that every floor and traffic route in a workplace is free from obstruction or substance which may cause a person to slip, trip or fall. See our advice for keeping walkways and car parks safely clear of ice and snow this winter... Read more...
  • A Safe Christmas Workplace

    Friday, November 21, 2014
    With a little common sense you can ensure that you manage the risks in your workplace and be safe this festive season. Here is some practical advice to help ensure your festive plans are hazard free. Read more...