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Employment Law

Employment Law

Our Employment Law team is highly experienced in representing employers and employees alike, including where necessary appearing at employment tribunals.

For the Employer we provide cost effective advice at the commencement of the employment relationship including statements of terms of employment and provide ongoing support as and when necessary. When things go wrong we are able to represent employers at Tribunals both effectively and on a cost effective basis.

For the Employee we provide clear and concise advice. Our employment law solicitors are here to help.

For advice and updates on employment legislation and new changes in employment law, please sign up to receive our Business and Employment Law Newsletter.

Our areas of employment law advice include:

Employment law advice for employees

Employment law advice for employers

To speak to one of our employment law specialists, simply select one of the staff profiles below. Alternatively, you can make a general enquiry using the contact details at the bottom of this page.

  • Neil Largan

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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Is there a best way of asking my employer for flexible working hours?

    The first stage is to approach your line manager and explain the circumstances for you requesting flexible working hours. Explain to him or her how flexible working would ne beneficial to you and how it would not harm the job role you do.

    You need to remember that a decision may not be able to be made straight away. Factors like the size and stage of the business you work in will impact on how easy or not it is for a manager to grant you flexible working.

    If your request is considered then you may need to complete formal forms about your role and job and these would be submitted to management for approval.

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