Advice for Businesses
Specialist advice, support and training in all aspects of employmemt law regardless of the shape, structure or size of the business.Please contact our Employment Law team for details
Our specialist Employment lawyers offer a full range of professional advice and support to businesses from start ups, to small and medium companies through to English branches of large multi-nationals. We also advise agricultural and other specialist businesses.
We have experience dealing with every level of officer and employee and all types of employment issues including those arising during mergers and acquisitions. We provide everything from day to day advice and support, HR services, bespoke documentation, management assistance and legal advice through to problem solving, managing difficult employees, grievance and disciplinary issues, directors responsibilities and liabilities, transfer of undertakings and contentious matters both in the Employment Tribunal and the Courts.
You will find our Employment lawyers are professional and reliable and provide high quality legal services at all times.
We offer a full range of professional employment law and HR services both on an ad hoc or retainer basis. Whether you just want help with an employment or service contract, staff handbook or settlement agreement or whether you have a complex employee problem, would like some training or have a claim to bring or defend, then we are here to help.
Employment Law services
We know that dealing with HR issues can be challenging, time consuming and expensive. That is why we have set up a new service called Town Gate HR.
Discuss with us how we can provide you with a bespoke service that will suit your business requirements when it comes to Human Resources advice and assistance.
You will find us cheaper than employing an HR professional and best of all the advice will come from qualified lawyers, protected by legal privilege, who will work hard to find practical solutions to quickly achieve your aims.
More about Town Gate HR
With the World Cup kicking off in Russia on June 14 it is important for employers to get their game plan together for the football tournament.
Many employers are in the “Dark Ages” with old fashioned views when it comes to recruiting pregnant women and young mothers.
All employers in the private, public and voluntary sectors are now required to analyse their gender pay gap each April and report this information if they have 250 or more employees.
A new corporate offence of failing to prevent the facilitation of tax evasion potentially imposes liability on employers as a result of their employees' actions.
Reports suggest that less than a third of companies are aware of the sanctions for failing to secure right-to-work documentation for their overseas workers.