Employment law protects both employers and employees. As an employer you must meet your obligations under employment law, but it’s a complex area which changes often, so seeking employment law advice is a must.

Employment Regulation

A wise employer is one who puts in place sufficient systems and safeguards to make employment disputes a rarity and tribunals something that nobody has to endure. But thanks to the mass of regulation that has descended on businesses in recent years, there is virtually no business decision of any magnitude that is not affected by employment law.

One of the most sensitive areas is the sale and purchase of companies. Staff are protected as control moves from one owner to another. But there are a variety of different scenarios and grey areas where the unwitting can be caught out, unless they seek specialist advice.

Understanding the importance of employment law and putting in place all the necessary employment structures means your life as an employer will be so much easier. We will help you to build strong contracts of employment and fair employee handbooks that give your staff the comfort of knowing they are working for an excellent employer and will at the same time give you peace of mind.

Employment Advice for Employers

Being an independent firm, we offer a variety of different packages to suit every circumstance and if you need our help we will make it as efficient and manageable as possible. Unlike off-the-shelf insurance-based products sold by some companies, we believe in giving you control of your employment policies and how they are implemented, with us there to advise as necessary.

We can help you with:

  • Contracts of employment, staff handbooks and policy documents
  • Disciplinary and grievance issues
  • Dismissals
  • Settlement agreements
  • TUPE procedures
  • Redundancies
  • Health and Safety
  • Employee Benefits

If you have any doubts about your current employee documents or are worried about any staff issues, please call for a chat in confidence. We will never charge you until the basis for a proper working relationship has been established between us. Contact us to see how we can help.