Law services for employers
Employment is a fundamental aspect of any business regardless of size or activity.
People are what can make a business but also break a business.
The building blocks for a healthy employment relationship is the employment contract and handbook. They will not only assist you in matters of dispute but they will guide you through the various hurdles that you will encounter with your staff. With good, up-to-date documents in place, you can often prevent disputes and conflicts arising and manage them if they do.
Even with the best will in the world, on occasion, disputes can arise. A dispute that gets out of hand can take up valuable resources better served elsewhere. If you do find yourself in a position of conflict, get in touch with us.
We offer a number of funding options including fixed-fees and general retainers to give you peace of mind and for you to know that we are only ever a click of a button or a phone call away.
Contracts and handbooks
We will be happy to carry out a free review your existing documents to ensure that they are up-to-date and work for you. Should any corrective action be required, we shall discuss those measures with you and the cost of putting them right. Don’t worry if you do not have any documents or would like to start from scratch, we can get you set up and draft the necessary documents to suit your needs.
Restructures and redundancies
From time to time businesses may undergo a restructure that leads to redundancies or, they will simply need to save costs by reducing staff levels. We will guide you through the process to keep you on the right side of the law.
Should you be facing a workplace dispute or have received a claim from a disgruntled employee, get in touch with us for further advice and assistance.
Price and Service Transparency
We want to be upfront and transparent with you regarding our services and costs to ensure that you can make an informed choice when involved in legal action.
In support of this ethos, the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) who regulate our industry, also want prospective clients to be able to make a choice based on upfront, no-nonsense information.Find out more