Employment & Immigration Advice

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Employment law is a complex area which is constantly changing.  Employers have a responsibility to their staff to ensure that working practices are compliant with current legal rights and responsibilities.  Not only does this help minimise the risks an employer can face but it also assists in providing motivated staff who are more productive.

Our employment law team understands that the relationship between an employer and employee can at times be stressful, costly and time consuming.  We  provide specialist and practical employment law advice to assist your organisation with its employment issues.  It may be that you simply require a sense check on an issue or it may be that you would like us to provide a complete solution to a difficult situation that has arisen.

We have an experienced employment law team who are able to provide advice and practical support to employers of all sizes and in all sectors.  The advice we provide is commercial, cost effective and tailored to suit the needs of your business.

We provide legal advice on a wide range of areas which include the following:

  • Drafting employment contracts and consultancy agreements
  • Enforcing restrictive covenants after an employee has left the business
  • Advice on managing disciplinary and grievance proceedings to minimise the risk of litigation
  • Advice on flexible working and managing parental leave to minimise the risk of litigation
  • Advice on managing redundancy and restructure processes to minimise the risk of litigation
  • Supporting the business through TUPE and drafting the due diligence needed for mergers and acquisitions
  • Handling whistleblowing and regulatory claims
  • Handling claims of discriminatory treatment
  • Managing the termination of employment, including executive exits and drafting Settlement Agreements

We can also provide specialist support to:

  • Mediation of claims to avoid formal proceedings
  • Conciliate through ACAS to try to avert a claim being lodged at the Employment Tribunal
  • Advice on employment tribunal claims, including representation

For further information on our services please telephone us on: 01905 900919, complete our contact form, or email Gill Wooldridge at gill@bradleyhayneslaw.co.uk.