If you’re going round in circles with an employment law issue please feel welcome to contact us. We appreciate how daunting it can be, which is why we offer a free initial consultation.
Many organisations find themselves dealing with a number of employment and HR relates issues. It is important to obtain legal advice on employment issues at an early stage, to ensure that problems do not escalate and that procedures are followed correctly.
You may need help drafting a contract of employment or guidance in resolving a complex dispute.
We provide advice in many employment situations to both employers and employees.
Employment law is rapidly changing and there are many challenges ahead for HR directors, managers and business owners. We help businesses with the development and implementation of policies and procedures that are compliant with current legislation and best practice. We also assist with the preparation and drafting of staff handbooks.
On some occasions employees find themselves in difficult situations when a business goes through change and upheaval. At Tebbitts & Co we provide an understanding approach as well as determination to achieve the best outcome for each employee.
We are specialists in employment disputes and endeavour to minimise costs and limit reputational damage by providing swift and practical advice. We assist with mediation and other forms of alternative dispute resolution and ensure that our clients are rarely required to appear before the Employment Tribunal.
Sometimes employment law can be a case of just applying a dollop of common sense but on other occasions that will not provide any answers.
It can be complicated by UK legislation, EU case law, common law and contract law all vying for attention within the same situation.
We offer a wide range of employment law services including:
- Advising on disciplinary problems and employee complaints
- Compromise agreements
- Dispute resolution
- Drafting employment contracts and handbooks
- Enforceability of restrictive covenants
- Representation in the Employment Tribunal
- Review, revision and drafting of policies, procedures and staff handbooks
Everyone has an invisible sign hanging from their neck saying “make me feel important”. Never forget this message when working with people.
Mary Kay Ash