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Employment law advice for business restructures

Exploring your business restructuring options 

In the current, uncertain economic climate, business restructures are sometimes unavoidable. Restructuring your business and people can be stressful and time consuming, but seeking the right employment law advice will ensure you get the best outcome for your business and your valuable people.   

Restructuring your business doesn’t necessarily have to mean redundancies; sometimes they are unavoidable, but often there are alternatives that could be considered. The Bray & Bray team of employment law specialists will work with you to explore a range of options, such as changes to contracts. 

Where redundancies are necessary, our team have experience of dealing with redundancies in companies both large and small. We will work with you to ensure the process is handled as fairly and efficiently as possible. 

Selling or transferring a business – TUPE

When selling or transferring a business, it is highly likely that you will need to deal with the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 (TUPE). 

The TUPE process can be complex and there are huge penalties for not correctly observing the requirements. 

When done properly, the TUPE process can be both advantageous and simple for all parties – it’s crucial to seek expert advice to ensure this is the case. 

Our team of specialist employment lawyers are experts in TUPE from both a buyer’s and seller’s perspective and can provide advice on whether your TUPE process is compliant with the correct business transfer regulation. 

Speak to our employment law solicitors

Our team are experts in employment and business law and can ensure you maintain productive, compliant and efficient throughout the whole process.

To find out more contact our team today. Bray and Bray has three main offices in Leicestershire and one in Northamptonshire, contact us to discuss an enquiry or a case you have or feel free to pop in and see us at your local office by clicking on the links below;

Leicester call us on 0116 254 8871.

Hinckley call us on 01455 639 900.

Market Harborough call us on 01858 467 181.

Corby call us on 01536 851050. Visits by appointment only.

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