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Here at Kingsley Smith Solicitors, our employment law specialists recognise that all companies adopt a slightly different approach to employee management. You may operate a full internal human resources team or whether it's just you, the single human resources person or, like most small businesses, you, the boss does it all. At some time most businesses should seek professional legal advice employment law for at least some employment issues. Speaking to employment law specialists can save you time and money in the long run.
Employment law is a potential minefield for the inexperienced and uninitiated. Our employment lawyers know that it is one area of law that probably seems to be in a constant state of flux. As employees become more aware of their rights and become increasingly prepared to seek legal redress by seeking legal advice employment law from specialists, it is vital that employers stay abreast of developments.
With over 130,000 applications annually by employees to Employment Tribunals in the UK, and with the upper limits of some awards now raised to more than £75,000 (with some unlimited), employers need to be fully and properly advised about relevant law and procedures by employment law specialists.
Our team of employment law solicitors provide practical legal advice on all Employment Law issues including :-
- Settlement agreement advice
- Consultancy and fixed term contracts (both advising & drafting)
- Contracts of employment and pre contract advice (both advising & drafting)
- Data protection
- Disciplinary action and grievance procedures
- Discrimination for sex, race, disability
- Employment tribunals
- Equal Pay
- Family Friendly Policies
- Handling fair dismissals
- Maternity leave
- Minimum Wage
- Part-time workers
- Paternity leave
- Redundancy and dismissal
- Representation at employment tribunals
- Restrictive covenants
- Service agreements
- Trade Unions
- TUPE including indemnities and warranties
- Unfair dismissal
- Whistleblowing/Protected Disclosure
- Working time regulations
- Wrongful dismissal and breach of contract
- Issues regarding the use of social media such as Twitter & Facebook
- Zero hours contracts
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