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Employment Law - Advice for Companies

Owner-managers, boards and trustees value our proactive partnership approach to employment law. With experience in high-profile litigation cases, our technical and regulatory knowledge is outstanding.

Companies and owner-managers

Our business clients trust us to support them in identifying risk, planning employment strategy and keeping them up to date with regulatory changes. We help them take informed and decisive action when needed and offer a no-nonsense advisory approach. Weighing up options and ‘sitting on the fence’ is not our style. We take time to understand the aims, business objectives and strategies of our clients and provide proactive guidance to achieve their commercial goals.

HR managers and directors

Internal HR teams turn to us for an advisory approach that considers the needs of the business alongside the legislative demands of their role. We understand their everyday challenges and provide a knowledgeable and objective viewpoint. They value our input on disciplinary and grievance issues, employee absences, pay issues as well as policies and contracts.

We believe our role is to ensure that HR and other senior managers are seen by the company to be adding real commercial value to the business.

Employment Tribunals

Employment tribunals cannot always be avoided and can have a devastating impact on a business if they are not handled in the right way. We help employers mitigate the cost, time and damage to their reputation by developing a clear, well-informed and relevant strategy.

Retained employment advice

Many clients benefit from a sustained strategic advisory approach. Others need ongoing support during prolonged periods of change such as restructuring, merger or acquisition. Our retainer-style services offer a holistic solution to managing your everyday employment law needs, including complex grievances and disciplinary matters, whistleblowing processes, strategic exits, restrictive covenants and company protections, restructuring and TUPE issues, and redundancy procedures.