In our experience employers have the need for employment advice that is easily accessible, business-oriented and practical to help them in respect of a number of employment law issues including:
- Terms and Conditions of Employment
- Advice when you merge with, buy and sell businesses – the TUPE regulations
- Duties of Directors and Non-Executive Directors
- Key Personnel Contract
- Control of employment costs – including flexible approaches to reducing these in times of negative growth
- Flexible Options - Contracts with independent self-employed contractors or consultants
- Termination of employment – Procedures and Proceedings
- Dealing with employee disputes
- Discrimination, Equality and Diversity
- HR Support
- Compliance issues – including the special requirements of your business, eg Health and Safety, Charities Compliance, Child Protection, Data Protection, Financial Services etc
Our Employment Law Solicitors are business-oriented and practical
You may share the concern expressed by some of our employer-clients that, in this age of ever-increasing regulation and ever-changing legislation, the odds seem stacked against the employer. As employees become more aware of their rights and become increasingly prepared to seek legal redress we can help you to make best use of the protection that the law affords to employers. You may underestimate just how helpful this can be to your business when guided by the right hands - those of employment solicitors.
The employment law team at Wellers can provide practical advice on employment law issues and strategy concerning:
Dealing with employee disputes
Few businesses avoid disciplinary issues or grievances arising from time to time. The procedures relating to the proper handling of such matters can be unsettling in the workplace and more costly to the business than the direct issue at hand. We can advise you with practical experience of alternate means for handling employee disputes to seek the least damaging and most beneficial resolution of the dispute.
Discrimination, Equality and Diversity
If you need help navigating through the myriad of new rules and regulations applicable to certain employees who raise particular issues of discrimination or inclusion we can help you from a wealth of experience gained working with charities and other voluntary sector employers.
HR support - If your business is fortunate in having an internal HR department it may still value the expertise of our employment lawyers to help or provide a second opinion to you in dealing with unusual situations or matters of new legislation or regulatory requirement that may apply to your bthat may apply to your business.
Compliance issues – including the special requirements including the special requirements of your business eg Health and Safety, Charities compliance, child protection, data protection, financial services etc
We can confidently anticipate that the needs of your business are unique. Use of a standard form set of contracts provided by a central resource that ‘more or less’ applies to you can be dangerous. We are well aware that unique needs require unique answers to meet the specific concerns of your business. The compliance issues you have to face and in respect of which the employer or its officers can incur personal liability often require detailed provision, specific application and advice.
Contact us for further help regarding your employment law issues - email firstname.lastname@example.org or ‘phone 0208 464 4242 or 0207 242 7265
Wellers Employment Law Solicitors in Bromley, Kent (part of the Wellers Law Group) - areas covered - Kent, Beckenham, Orpington, Bromley, Chislehurst, Keston, Swanley, West Wickham, Tunbridge Wells, Croydon
Employment Law Solicitors in Gray's Inn, London - areas covered - London - City, Westminster, Gray's Inn, Surrey