We are proud to offer specialist People Services Law advice to employer’s.
It is important to us to understand each of our clients’ needs and priorities. This means that, wherever we can, we will arrange an introductory meeting on-site, so we can really understand how your organisation works, your goals, and ethos.
We can provide a cost effective in-house advisory service for those clients who need more strategic input from us, as well as helpline and retainer-style arrangements for those needing ad hoc advice.
We provide advice at all stages of employment. Our friendly and highly knowledgeable solicitors have particular expertise in:
We know that employees are an organisation’s most important asset. They can set your business apart from the competition and make the difference between excellent and substandard performance. It is thus vital that you ensure you have excellent people management and a supportive and welcoming working environment. Our specialist people services team have extensive experience in ensuring that a business is legally compliant and acting as a best practice employer
We provide timely advice and with the least possible stress, disruption, and expense. For more information on fees please see our Employment Tribunal costs.
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