Employment law for your business

Smart advice when you need it

Whether you employ five people or 5,000, it can be a challenge to stay on top of the constant changes in employment law that today’s fast-evolving workplace demands.

Given all there is to think about when you’re running a business, how can you be confident your HR practices are in line with the latest legislation? And when things do go wrong, how can you minimise the risk and cost to your organisation?

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Preparing for your first meeting

Preparing for your first meeting

When you need advice quickly, it helps to come prepared. We recommend bringing the following information (where applicable) to your initial consultation:

1. Contract details: employee contract details, settlement agreements, handbooks etc
2. Documents relating to the matter: e.g. in case of grievances these can include minutes of meetings, any notes/documents from disciplinary meetings, in the case of a company restructure the documents relevant to transfer etc.
3. Timeline of events: the series of relevant events, in date order, leading to you contacting us

Once you have instructed us, it would be helpful to provide us with the following information asap:-

1. Proof of ID: valid passport or driving licence
2. Proof of Address: utility bill of bank statement no less than three months old

Resources / Downloads

Employment Law

Gender Pay Gap: A duty to Report?

Many employment sectors in Great Britain feature a difference between the average earnings of men and women, known as the gender pay gap.

Expert advice for a positive outcome

Fortunately it’s the job of our specialist employment law team to stay abreast of the latest regulations, so they can advise you what to do and we even offer a *free of charge first meeting to help establish the facts and give you some immediate support.

*Slough office only – please contact our other offices for the availability of free first meetings.

We can help you draft employee contracts and review employee handbooks. We can bring you up to speed on compliance issues and advise you on the implications when you need to restructure or make redundancies. And if difficulties do arise over misconduct, dismissal, discrimination, redundancy or other employment disputes, our expert employment lawyers have the knowledge and experience to guide you through even the most complex of situations. Our priority is to help you gain a positive outcome for your organisation quickly, efficiently and cost-effectively.

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Employment law services

  • Contracts of employment
  • Handbooks
  • Employee development and benefits
  • Exit strategies
  • Large scale redundancies
  • Business restructure
  • Grievances/tribunals
  • Settlement agreements
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