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The Organisation Chart identifies the positions of every employee in a company from CEO to clerical assistant and determines the hierarchical structure of the organisation. Studies show that
people in the workplace appreciate the organisation chart as an acknowledgement of their individual status and position in the firm and also a tool for aspirational objectives. The work involved is to determine individual positions and grades based on salary, longevity and current status within the firms structure. We will classify individual jobs in relevant Grades and will set out the criteria for each position. Jobs are classified into existing grade/ category structure or hierarchy. Each level in the grade/category structure has a description and associated job titles. To ensure equity in job grading and wage rates, a common set of job
grading standards and instructions are used.
A company’s salary structure is the method of administering its salary philosophy. The two leading types of pay structures are the internal equity method, which uses a tightly constructed grid or matrix to ensure that each job is compensated according to the jobs above and below it in a hierarchy. Then there is market
pricing, where each job in an organization is tied to the prevailing market rate. The main problem when reviewing salaries within an organisation is to not mix the two types of salary philosophy’s and
maintain continuity throughout the process. In our experience salary reviews and grading issues are initially difficult to understand by people but are the backbone of any HR policy and are soon accepted by all employees.
A job description provides a list of the general tasks, functions and responsibilities of a specific position within an organisation. It will include to whom the position reports and who reports to them,
specifications such as the qualifications needed by the person in the job, salary range for the position, and any requirement for particular skill sets. It is the basis of recruitment advertising and employment and should be the first document in a potential employees file and attached to the personnel request form. It
includes information that can be used in the organisation chart and the pay structure. It determines the job role and can be the basis of any interview assessment process.
Challenging economic times inevitably lead to greater risk of companies encountering financial difficulties.
At times of often intense pressure for business leaders, we are able to provide clients with the assurance of dealing with approachable experts with the commercial awareness, practical skills and understanding to help navigate the best course of action.
Experience of business recovery across a wide variety of industries and circumstances enables specialists to provide an early assessment of potential solutions to your problems, whether a sudden reduction in cash flow or an unpaid debt from a major customer.
INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS TO DIFFICULT PROBLEMS
Winding up a business is very much regarded as a last resort and, wherever possible, we will look to provide advice on rescuing or restructuring a company to help it return to profitability. What can appear to be an intractable situation can often be resolved through a restructuring of the bank and equity finance or rescheduling of debts.
In circumstances where companies are unable to continue within their existing form, advice is provided on the most suitable options available including administration, liquidation and Company Voluntary Arrangements (CVAs).
When clients are at risk from financial problems affecting a major customer, partner or supplier, specialist staff are able to provide practical advice on the range of options available to recover debts
or protect assets.
Where necessary, advice can be provided on instigating insolvency procedures and clients represented at creditors’ meetings.
The reach of the UHY global network means our firms also have experience of recovering debts in jurisdictions throughout the world.
Our services focus on our clients’ requirements with a good understanding of their needs.
OUR SERVICES INCLUDE:
• Debt collection
• Corporate turnaround
• Asset protection or repossession
• Developing or implementing good management practices
• Debt management
• Insolvency planning
• Personal liability protection
Contracts are the foundation to a business’ operations and future potential. Handshakes over lunch and oral agreements can compromise a business and are recipes for future litigation disasters. We at UHY Dawgen have a wealth of knowledge from diverse business sectors. We counsel individual, private and public
companies regarding a full gamut of contract needs. Our para legal contract services are known for being high-quality and cost effective. We gain an insight into your business and seek to uphold the goals you want to achieve with each contract.
Our team of professional staff can assists you with drafting of :
• Shareholders Agreements
• Memorandum of Understanding
• Joint Venture Agreement
• Sale and Purchase Agreements
• Loan Agreements
• Business Transfer Agreement
• Contract Manufacturing Agreement
• Settlement Agreement
• Partnership Agreement
• Representation Agreement
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