Employment Law

How can you reduce your risks if you don’t know what they are? You’re busy running your business, which means that sometimes you lose track of the ever-changing employment legislation, as qualified lawyers, we are dedicated to identifying and filling an gaps in your procedures that could ultimately cost your business and we can be on hand to put systems in place to protect your business all year round; we do not presently offer services concerning the bringing or defending of claims before the Employment Tribunal related to unfair dismissal or wrongful dismissal and have not therefore provided any costs transparency information about those services.  For details of our other employment services, see the sub-sections below.


It is essential you have robust contracts, policies and procedures in place if you want to ensure that any employment issues are dealt with effectively and in a legally compliant way.  Plus, if you don’t

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Discrimination in the Workplace

Other common areas where businesses fail in their employment law obligations is discrimination in the workplace. The Equality Act 2010 was put in place to ensure all employees are treated fairly at all stages of

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Disciplinary and dismissal

As employers you have legal obligations to those who you employ. Those obligations include, for example, following policies and procedures before you discipline or dismiss a member of staff. Failure to follow these policies or

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Settlement Agreements

Sometimes, one side or other in an employment relationship will begin to feel that the relationship has run its course. This feeling could arise from a specific dispute, or the relationship may have deteriorated to

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Tribunal Claims

Employment tribunals have jurisdiction to hear more than 80 types of statutory employment-related claims. In the majority of cases the time limit for starting proceedings in the employment tribunal is three months from the date

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The Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment)

The Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 (Tupe) aim to protect both jobs and terms and conditions when businesses are bought and sold or activities are moved between organisations, for example, during out-sourcing.

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