Not every business needs or has the budget for a full time HR Manager. However, it is inevitable that all employers will need to have HR input at some stage, whether that be at the recruitment stage, during the course of the individuals employment or at the end of that relationship.
We are all qualified solicitors and we have all specialised in employment law since qualifying. We are fully on top of the changes to the law, precedents set by case law and current trends in the employment sphere. HR issues often involve employment law and the two disciplines go hand in hand. At times, you may find you need the services of a solicitor, whether that be as external support to your own HR Manager or for tricky situations you may find yourselves in. We are here to help you achieve your goals and to support you through the process.
We will not simply inform you of the law, we will come up with practical solutions to your HR issues which will allow you to move forward and to deal with any situation in a professional and knowledgeable way. If you follow our advice, your chances of having an Employment Tribunal claim against you are significantly diminished. You will be in a safe pair of hands.
We can provide one off services, you can pay as you go or you can pay a fixed monthly fee to cover all of your needs. We can be here at the end of a telephone (or email) which we will respond to promptly – we will not leave you waiting for a response.
We can also come to your offices and work with you and your team on site, this can be a one off visit or a regular weekly / monthly visit – whatever you need we will provide.
If you would like to learn more about this service do feel free to get in touch, at no obligation or cost, to discuss this further. After finding out a little more about your needs and your budget, we will come up with a proposal which we hope will be affordable and give you the comfort that you have a reliable commercially minded Employment Law specialist on your side.
We can be completely flexible depending on your needs.