Employment for Individuals
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Whether an individual is facing a disciplinary at work, or feels they are being unfairly treated, we can assist. We are able to draft grievances or appeals on the individual’s behalf and prepare them for upcoming meetings or hearings.
We provide guidance if an employee is at risk of redundancy. We understand this can be a very stressful and confusing time for employees and our expert lawyers will help to minimise any concerns.
We negotiate swift and amicable exits for employees as well as being able to adopt a robust approach as and when needed. We understand the drivers of our individual clients and put their priorities first.
For those contemplating departure or their next career move, we are experienced in advising on settlement agreements and executive severances as well as reviewing terms and conditions including post termination restrictions.
As we often advise businesses, we are able to identify potential weakness or flaws in an employer’s approach and use this to help our individual clients achieve their targets in a timely manner.
Our clients consider us an integral part of their career management, knowing that we are always on their side.
Employment law covers a wide range of employee rights - from working time to dismissal. We've put together a helpful guide from our top employment lawyers to help you navigate the legal landscape.
A helpful factsheet for employers.
April is always a busy time of year for HR professionals and employers, with new and amended statutory rates coming in to force. In April 2020, there are notable increases to the rates for statutory sick pay, the national minimum wage, maternity pay and redundancy payments.
Our Employment team outlines what you need to know as an employer following these changes that take effect from April 2020.
A small, dedicated team of highly qualified employment solicitors
Strong, commercial and practical advice on employment terms, benefits and incentives
Support with formal employment processes
Negotiate the best terms for departure including advising on settlement agreements
Head of Employment Helen Crossland reminds employers that 1 July 2021 marks the start of the phasing out of the furlough scheme.
Head of Employment Helen Crossland outlines what employers can do if they suspect staff of having a problem with alcohol or illegal drugs.
It's International Women's Day, and Employment Associate, Fiona Mendel, looks at how far women's rights have come, and how far they have to go....