Employment Law for employers
Employment Law for employers and employees. We advise employers and employees in both contentious and non-contentious matters. The deluge of regulatory legislation means that good legal advice taken early is essential for each party in an employment dispute.
We deal with all manner of issues involving Employment Law for employers. From drafting contracts to advising on compromise agreements on the ending of employment, and including procedures for grievances, redundancy and disciplinary matters. There are particular traps for the unwary in the transfer of undertakings.
We can assist you with applications to the Employment Appeals Tribunal, unfair dismissal claims, questions of Health & Safety at work, and on the variety of maternity and paternity rights.
In the employment context a ‘Compromise Agreement’ can be used to bring an employee’s contract to an end. They are used to settle disputes and also where an employee is being made redundant where the employer wants to ensure that there will be no allegation that the...
In a draft settlement agreement between an employer and an ex-employee, the employer has tried to include a clause by which the ex-employee waives their rights under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The GDPR replaced the Data Protection Act 1998 as of...
We are still uncertain about the eventual post-Brexit landscape. It is unclear for how long this is likely to continue. The withdrawal is likely to have a significant impact on commercial contracts between UK and EU businesses. It is therefore wise to look into ways...