Employment law is complex and fast-moving. It’s crucial to get the right, expert advice for the protection of your business and the people who work for you
Employment law advice that works for you
Employment law is complex and fast-moving. It’s crucial to get the right, expert advice for the protection of your business and the people who work for you.
Our employment law team has extensive experience of all aspects of employment law. We can help businesses to minimise their risks and keep things running smoothly. We can also support individuals, advising on disputes and issues to ensure that they are dealt with fairly and appropriately.
Our approach to employment law for businesses
Our team supports businesses of all types and sizes. We are happy to work with in-house HR teams within larger businesses or deal directly with senior team members in smaller companies.
Our friendly team works closely with you to understand your objectives and requirements. We offer proactive advice around managing your workforce, and support to deal efficiently with workplace disputes and employment tribunals, or to effectively restructure your business. Our team can be as hands-on as needed and provide a range of HR services and support to help you take a proactive approach to managing your people.
We can provide employment law advice for businesses on a range of areas, including:
- Managing your flexible workforce
- Managing workplace disputes
- Business restructures
- Employment tribunals
- HR services
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