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We know that being an HR professional is not an easy job.
You have to balance the demands of your employees, ensure that your business remains competitive and also comply with employment law. We act as a trusted adviser to our employer clients, providing employment law advice to help them strike a balance between these sometimes conflicting demandsFind out more
We provide specialist employment law advice to the HR departments of our employer clients, who find we offer a strong alternative to the large law firms.
We provide employment law advice to our employer clients on either:
Our employment law annual retainer agreement – we call it the Employment Law Advice Agreement (ELAA) may be of interest to you. We advise the majority of our employer clients in this way and we know they are satisfied with the service we provide as they renew, year after year.Discover more
Our annual retainer agreement – we call it the Employment Law Advice Agreement (ELAA) may be of interest to you. We advise the majority of our employer clients in this way and we know they are satisfied with the service we provide as they renew, year after year.
In our experience, settlement agreements are used widely by employers. They allow an employer and employee to terminate employment in a civilised fashion with the employer knowing they cannot be sued and the employee receiving appropriate compensation.
If you are a director or manager who needs advice on a settlement agreement that you have been offered by your employer, we can help you. We also draft settlement agreements for employers.
Even the best managed businesses will be required to defend employment tribunal proceedings from time to time. Since the ACAS Early Conciliation Scheme started in 2014, your company will be approached by ACAS to see if your company wishes to settle the claim. We can represent you in that process and also at the Employment Tribunal, if you do not wish to, or are unable to settle.