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employment


There are few issues that affect every organisation to the same extent as dealing with employees. When an issue arises, you need quick and clear advice and support to manage not just the legal process, but the politics and PR issues associated with many staffing matters.

Our national employment law team specialises in advising employers in their specific context. Whether designing bespoke employment contracts and policies for your workforce, supporting you to achieve a smooth staffing restructure, advising on the recruitment of migrant workers or defending a complex discrimination claim at the employment tribunal, our team of proactive sector-experienced lawyers can support you. We deliver commercial advice that is focused on supporting you through the process to achieve your desired goal.

what we do...

  • National employment law team with over 20 lawyers and HR professionals - providing a full employment legal service to our clients from our offices in Birmingham, Exeter, London, Manchester and Nottingham. employment law specialists - including restructures, redundancy exercises, mergers, acquisitions, disposals and managing change.

  • Proactive advice on contracts, settlement agreements, remuneration strategies and policies  - including secondments, diversity, maternity, paternity, harassment, disciplinary, grievance, whistle-blowing etc.

  • Trade unions - we advise on relationships and negotiations with trade unions and their legal representatives and have wide experience of dealing with TUPE situations in both the public and private sectors.

  • Bespoke training to management and councillors in conducting disciplinary and appeal hearings.

training and events

14Mar

In house lawyers' forum Birmingham office

Are you aware that the SRA rules have changed? How do you get the best out of your Continuous Professional Development? In the next in house sessions we’ll be looking at what the changes mean in practice.

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16Mar

In house lawyers' forum London office

Are you aware that the SRA rules have changed? How do you get the best out of your Continuous Professional Development? In the next in house sessions we’ll be looking at what the changes mean in practice.

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Public sector fluency duty

On 21 November 2016, Part 7 of the Immigration Act 2016 came into force, requiring public authorities to ensure that any person who works for them in a customer-facing role speaks fluent English.

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The Modern Slavery Act - one year on

With very few organisations complying with aspects of the Modern Slavery Act one year on, Raymond and Emma talk about the opportunities of having a well-crafted statement and take a look at the government’s efforts to drive up standards going forward, such as the introduction of the Modern Slavery (Transparency and Supplies Chain) Bill.

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Legal updates

Gender pay gap

The final draft of the Gender Pay Gap Regulations has been published.

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Legal updates

Public sector fluency duty

Part 7 of the Immigration Act 2016 requires public authorities to ensure that any person working in a customer-facing role speaks fluent English.

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