HR and health and safety services

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

Latest News

  • New Sentencing Guidelines – any impacts yet?

    Tuesday, April 19, 2016
    The new sentencing guidelines came into force on the 1st February to provide guidance to magistrate and crown court judges for prosecuting individuals and businesses, for health and safety legislation breaches. Read more...
  • What to do if an Employee Falsifies a Sickness Claim

    Monday, April 11, 2016
    This week, we examine the facts of a recent Employment Appeal Tribunal case to illustrate the options open to employers if they suspect an employee of feigning an illness or injury. Read more...
  • How Competent are You? Part 2

    Thursday, April 07, 2016
    A simple credential check to ensure that a contractor's work is safe and they are not going to fall off a roof or from a height. Read more...
  • Occupational Warning for the use of Talc!

    Wednesday, April 06, 2016
    A study in the Netherlands have found that possibly two workers from a study of 18 people developed talcosis, a pulmonary disease due to the inhalation of talc causing inflammation of the lungs Read more...
  • New National Living Wage Provisions and Pay Slips

    Tuesday, April 05, 2016
    The Government’s new National Living Wage provisions took effect from Friday 1 April. In this article we confirm the minimum rates of pay that will apply from this date and examine the employer’s statutory requirement to provide eligible workers with a pay slip. Read more...