There is no need to state the obvious and say that as an employer, there is a raft of ever-changing legislation for you to keep on top of. What we will say, however, is that if you are looking for immediate assistance with an emerging employee issue, or to develop a long term relationship with a team of specialist employment lawyers who you can turn to whenever you need them and rely on to keep you within the law, talk to Pickering & Butters.
Employment Law for Employees and Employers
Our dedicated employment law specialists offer helpful, professional advice on all aspects of employment law and work to help both employees and employers through the employment law maze.
Because we have this experience of both sides, we are able to offer a priceless insight into the different standpoints of each across a host of employment issues. Some of these include:
- Disciplinary and grievance procedures
- Settlement agreements
- Statutory pay and leave
- Maternity & paternity rights
- Contracts and service agreements
- TUPE transfers
- Discrimination and equal opportunities
- Post-employment restrictions
- Policies and procedures
- Conduct and capability
- Breach of contract
- Directors’ service agreements
Working with Pickering & Butters, you’ll benefit from advice at all stages of the employment lifecycle: from recruitment and selection through to induction, training, development and promotion and finally, the conclusion of the employment where relevant.
You’ll have complete peace of mind that your contracts, policies and procedures are legally sound, reflect your individual business and are up to date with current legislation. And you’ll know that whenever an issue arises, you’ll have expert knowledge on tap, ready to assist in a timely fashion.
If there’s something pressing that you need advice on, we’re ready to help so please give us a call without hesitation. And if you are looking for a long term legal partner to walk you through the employment law maze, we can arrange to get together at your convenience.
For specialist advice on any employment law matter, please get in touch.