As an employer, it’s essential that you have the right documentation in place from the start, whether it’s for consultants or employees.

Expertly drafted contracts and staff handbooks protect your business and help you manage and motivate staff on a day-to-day basis.

Why choose Springhouse?

Fixed prices.
Our prices are fixed. As all our contracts are bespoke, we will discuss what you need and agree a fee with you before we begin work. Guide prices are set out below.

Better protection.
Your business benefits from bespoke documentation that is drafted by highly experienced solicitors who know employment contracts inside out.

Better service.
You get a prompt and personal service. You will be able to discuss your precise requirements with a lawyer.

Our fixed prices

Document Guide Price
Junior employment contract £448 + VAT
Senior employment contract £748 + VAT
Director’s service agreement £948 + VAT
Consultant/freelance contract £748 + VAT
Staff handbook £998 + VAT

What document is suitable for you?

Junior employment contract:
This user-friendly contract covers all the legally required particulars of employment; full time, part time and zero hours.

Senior employment contract:
This more detailed and formal contract contains additional protection for employers during and after employment.

Director’s service agreement:
This is a long-form executive agreement for Companies House directors or very senior employees.

Consultant/freelance contract:
This contract is for businesses that want to hire freelance consultants, either directly or through a service company.

Staff handbook:
This document contains details of company policy on all the day to day matters you need to worry about.

Contact us for an initial chat with our helpful team.


What type of contract is right for my business?

Check your employment contracts: the big 4

Springhouse guide to staff handbooks

Why choose a solicitor for your employment documents?

What to watch out for in your new employment contract.

Consultant or employee? Why the distinction matters.

Employee, consultant or worker? How to distinguish them.

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