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Employment Law Solicitors in UK

Employment law addresses the legal rights of employees and employers. It is therefore essential that your rights as an employer are both protected or enforced. At Hartley Bain, our Employment Law Solicitors thrive to achieve the best results for our clients.

Understanding your obligations as an employer and recruiting, retaining and managing the right people, has never been more critical. We help our clients in managing their risks and providing strategic advice on crucial employment-related issues, as well as day-to-day support.

Our Employment Law Solicitors can provide contentious and non-contentious resolution to your employment needs including:

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  1. Advice on a fair disciplinary or dismissal procedure.
  2. Advice on a fair grievance procedure.
  3. Advice in respect to the course of action to take involving a situation with an aggrieved or difficult employee.
  4. Advice in assessing the strength and value of an Employment Tribunal claim.
  5. Successfully defending Employment Tribunal proceedings.
  6. Persuading an employee to withdraw a claim which has no merit.
  7. Employment agreements and contracts.
  8. Agency agreements.
  9. Drafting company handbooks.
  10. Organising Redundancy procedures.
  11. General human resources advice and document drafting.
  12. Settlement (Compromise) agreements.
  13. Drafting various policies.

We also provide a cost effective service designed to protect the employer against any Employment Tribunal claims. We are able to provide you with professional on-going advice to prevent claims at a fixed annual cost. As an optional extra, we can conduct an annual review of employment contracts and procedures to ensure you are compliant with the law.