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We don’t pass you around from lawyer to lawyer – you’ll have employment lawyers dedicated to your organisation. That means they get to know what makes your organisation tick.

They’ll uncover fresh ideas, seize opportunities, and pinpoint employment law and people challenges for you – all without you lifting a finger.

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If you need to know – you’ll hear it from us first! We’re your proactive source for new employment laws and emerging people trends. Stay ahead of the game and leave your competition behind.

From employment contracts or policy drafting and TUPE projects, to redundancy processes and tribunal claims – you name it, we can help you solve it.

We never leave you


We’re committed to providing clarity. Our advice process begins by defining your desired outcomes, assessing employment law risks, exploring options, and delivering a clear plan.

Whether it’s employment contracts, policy drafting, TUPE projects, redundancy processes, or tribunal claims, we have the solutions you need.

You’re in great company!

Keeping up to date

Employment Law
July 17, 2024

New duty to take reasonable steps to prevent sexual harassment

The Worker Protection (Amendment of Equality Act 2010) Act 2023 means that from 26 October 2024, all employers will be under a new obligation to take "reasonable steps" to prevent…
July 10, 2024 in Employment Law, Messages, Webinars

On-demand webinar – ‘Post-election employment law update’

Catch up on everything we discussed on what Labour's general election win means for employment law.
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June 19, 2024 in Employment Law

‘Labour’s Laws’ – right to disconnect

Employees will have the ‘right to disconnect’ from work outside of their contracted hours if Labour come to power in the upcoming general election.   The proposal Labour’s proposal would…
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June 12, 2024 in Employment Law

‘Labour’s Laws’ – personal liability for directors

Labour plan to make directors personally liable if their companies fail to comply with tribunal orders.   The proposal Labour’s Green Paper makes it clear that they want to introduce…
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May 29, 2024 in Employment Law

‘Labour’s Laws’ – unfair dismissal from day one

The proposed change grabbing most of the headlines. Below is the detail and the practical implications of a shift in unfair dismissal qualification requirements.   The proposal You’ll know that…
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