Norwich’s leading employment law & HR solicitors.

Employing people places unprecedented demands on your business, and ensuring you adhere to the complex legislation can be time-consuming. Our expert employment and HR solicitors work closely with our Dispute Resolution and Commercial Law teams to deliver a fully integrated, all-encompassing professional service. From the Transfer of Undertakings to representation in an employment tribunal, we have the knowledge and resources and guide you through every aspect of this area of the law.

Employment law & HR support for your business.

Our specialist team of solicitors are here to guide you through the entire employment process, from recruitment and appointment, to contracts and performance reviews, to grievance and disciplinary issues. With a range of fixed fee employment packages, we’re always at the end of the telephone to provide reliable employment law advice – a virtual HR department, on hand whenever you need us. We take care of all your employment issues, so you can take care of your business.

Areas of employment law & HR we cover.

Our comprehensive range of services means you can trust us to take care of all your employment law and HR issues. We cover:

  • Employment contracts & procedures.
  • Grievances & disciplinary issues.
  • Employment litigation & dispute resolution.
  • Equality, diversity & discrimination.
  • Health & safety.
  • HR advice.
  • Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) or TUPE.
  • Employee relations.
  • Recruitment.
  • Restrictive covenants.
  • Restructuring & redundancy.
  • Termination of employment.

Employment law is the name given to a set of laws that govern the relationships between employers and employees. It’s intended to regulate the employment process and ensure it is fair for everyone, providing strict guidance on what can be expected from both parties, and what rights employees have. From day-to-day issues like holidays, working hours, and health and safety to whistleblowing and disciplinary hearings, these laws govern every aspect of employment.

Employment law solicitors can help you manage a range of staff and employment issues, from training managers to preparing for disciplinary hearings to working your way through TUPE regulations. We can also help you when it comes time to restructure a part of your business, managing the implications for your employees.

Our solicitors will also help you: manage your reputation, uphold equality and diversity requirements, update contracts and policies, ensure termination of employment processes are fair, improve grievance procedures, recruit successfully, handle redundancy, and much more. Contact us to get started.

There are many benefits to working with an experienced employment law solicitor. Your legal team will be able to support your HR process and ensure you’re adhering to your obligations as an employer, and will inevitably save you time and money in the long term. When it comes to employing people mistakes can be upsetting and costly.

Preserving a healthy workplace and good employee relations is a vital part of business success. Your employment law solicitor can help you deal with any issues you face and manage complex, sensitive situations, so you can focus on running your company.

Experienced corporate & commercial law firm Norwich.

Forward-thinking and reliable, our employment law solicitors are here to support your business. With us, you can feel confident that you are adhering to the law, and achieving the most suitable result for you in any given circumstance. With years of experience handling everything from redundancy to recruitment to dispute resolution, we’re a safe pair of hands. Whatever your sector, and whatever the sensitivity of the issue, our specialist team are here to help you cultivate resilient HR procedures and a healthy, compliant workplace.

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For more information and a no obligation discussion, please complete the contact form or call us on 01603 615 731.

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