CL HR Consultancy Free HR Healthcheck

Take our free HR Healthcheck to find out if your business is legally compliant & working to best practice.It is important to note that our HR Healthcheck asks questions on the essential basics as per Irish employment legislation and keys areas relating to best practice. It is not practical to cover all aspects of the law or best practice but hopefully you will gain a better understanding of your HR obligations and priorities following completion of the Healthcheck.   CL HR Consultancy is here to support you if you need any further assistance in achieving a legally compliant & productive workplace.Please enter your details to begin. Please select yes or no for each question. Upon completion, the answers will be sent to your email. Good luck 😊


Free HR Healthcheck

This questionnaire is designed to ask questions concerning the key areas where there are legal obligations or it is best practice. It is not practical to cover all aspects of the law and best practice but hopefully by the time this exercise is completed you will have a good idea as to whether you are getting the basics right.  Enter details to begin. Results will be emailed to you.

Please add your details here and we will email the results to you

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Terms & Conditions / Contracts of Employment

Q1-A: Have you issued a contract of employment to all of your employees, including part-time, temporary or fixed term staff, outlining their terms and conditions of employment?

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Q1-B: Do you issue a Statement of Terms including details of the five core terms of employment to your new hires within the first five days of commencement of employment?

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Q1-C: Do you have an Employee Handbook?

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Q1- D: Do you have probationary periods which are monitored for each new employee?

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Q1- E: Do you have a secure file for each employee?

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Rest Breaks

Q2- A: Do employees get a 15 minute break after 4.5 hours of work or a 30 minute break after 6 hours of work?

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Q2- B: Do employees record their working hours and rest breaks every day?

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3 Pay & Benefits

3 A: Do all of your employees receive a full detailed payslip?

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Q3- B: Do your part-time & fixed-term workers receive equivalent terms and conditions as their full time comparators?

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Q3- C: Do you pay your employees a premium when they work on a Sunday?

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Q3- D: Do you have a Personal Retirement Savings Account Scheme (PRSA) or Pension Scheme in place which all employees may join within six months of starting employment?

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4 Grievance and Disciplinary Procedures

Q4- A: Do you have a written grievance procedure which has been communicated to employees?

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Q4- B: Do you have a written disciplinary procedure which has been communicated to employees?

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Q4- C: Do you offer mediation as an informal process for employees to engage in?

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5 Harassment and Bullying

Q5- A: Do you have a policy on Dignity at Work/ Bullying and Harassment?

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Q5- B: Are your employees aware of the procedure they should follow if they believe they are being harassed or bullied?

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6 Dismissal and Redundancy

Q6-A: Do you follow dismissal procedures when terminating an employee from your business?


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Q6- B: Are you aware of the consultation requirements when making a person redundant?


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Q6- C: When selecting for redundancy do you use specific objective selection criteria?


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7 Performance Management

Q7- A: Is there a performance appraisal system in place?



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Q7- B: Do review meetings take place with all employees?



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Q7- C: Does each employee have a job description of their role?



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 8 Other

Q8- A: Do you have any sick leave/ attendance policy in place?



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Q8- B: As an employer am I obliged to facilitate remote working?



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Q8- C: Do you have any employee engagement & wellness initiatives in place?



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Q8- D: Are you aware of the different types of leave for parents from Paternity, Parental & Parents Leave?