We strongly believe that avoidance or early resolution of a potential employment issue as soon as it arises is much easier than confronting a problem later down the line.
Our employment lawyers are well-practised in advising employers on how to handle potential issues at the earliest opportunity in order to avoid future disputes arising. We believe this to be truly the most commercially valuable advice an employer can receive, saving you time and money as a business owner or HR professional.
We act for both employees and employers, meaning that we are well placed to identify points of the contention within the opponent’s case, a distinct advantage to our client.
We can advise business clients on processes and procedures that can help achieve the aim of avoiding a dispute, including:
Grievance or disciplinary handling
Employment law training
Introducing or updating policies and contractual terms
Dealing with minor misconduct and/or capability (performance) issues
Managing the end of employment relationships
If you require employment advice, then please do not hesitate to contact us by telephone to speak with a solicitor from our employment team, without obligation, or simply fill out our enquiry form and one of our specialist employment lawyers will contact you.
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