People in Your Business

As an employer, you are expected to meet certain statutory minimums such as compliance with the ACAS Code policies, employee data protection rights, the national minimum wage and workplace pension scheme contributions. Our employment lawyers will provide advice about your obligations and how to reduce the risk of costly employment litigation.

To help you meet your minimum statutory requirements, it is important that you can rely on your contract terms and workplace policies and procedures. These need to be drafted in accordance with up to date law, which can change from time to time.

The law may require employers to provide a written statement of particulars to employees, but we know as legal professionals that a written contract of employment is likely to offer you a broader range of employer protections. Our employment lawyers deliver this kind of insider knowledge for employers of any size.

A named member of the business team will handle your account, and a member of the team will always be available to speak to on a day to day basis.

Extremely kind, patient, efficient and good to deal with.

The team
Victoria Matthews
Victoria Matthews

Chartered Legal Executive and Head of Business

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