Employment law experts in Wimbledon, South West London, Epsom and Surrey

Employment law for employers

Employment law is constantly changing and it can be difficult for employers to stay on top of their demanding and seemingly ever-changing obligations. We act for businesses and organisations in and around Wimbledon, South West London, Epsom and Surrey, as well as those based further afield.

We will advise you and your HR team on all the employment issues you face as an employer. We make a point of understanding your business and getting to know your key staff so that you receive the practical, real-world advice you need.

We can help you keep up to date on new legislation and changes in the law that affect your business.

Our services

We promise you friendly, jargon-free commercial advice, including in relation to:

  • Contracts of employment and staff handbooks
  • Disputes and issues with employees
  • Protecting your business against former employees
  • Settlement agreements, termination and redundancy
  • Disciplinary and grievance procedures
  • Maternity and paternity leave

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Employment claims

Expertise to advise on the court process if an agreement cannot be reached.

Employment appeals

Expert advice to guide you through the process to challenge a tribunal decision.

Employment contracts and staff handbooks

Expert advice to ensure your employment contracts are in line with the current law.

Disciplinary and grievance procedures

Highly experienced lawyers to resolve workplace issues effectively and quickly.

Disputes and issues with employees

When workplace disputes and issues arise, we can advise.

Skilled Worker Visa applications

We can assist on applications for a skilled worker sponsor licence in the UK.

Maternity and paternity rights

An employee will want to ensure their employment rights are safe when they take leave. We can help.

Transfers of Undertakings (TUPE)

Guidance to ensures that employees’ terms and conditions of employment are preserved.