EmploymentReduce your risk.
New situations, new employment laws and new staff can increase the risk to your business. It can be incredibly demanding to keep up with the law, new policies and best practice when you are running a business.
Pardoes’ employment solicitors can help. Listed in the Legal 500, Pardoes’ Employment team, led by Maeve Vickery, is described as “very responsive and knowledgeable, and understands business needs”.
Our team of highly experienced employment solicitors are experts in employment law and want you to have the utmost confidence in your decision making, particularly when handling difficult matters such as sickness absence, bullying, and harassment, unfair dismissal, discrimination and disciplinary issues, as well as advice on changes to your business, restructures, redundancies and business sales and purchases.. Our employment solicitors are on hand to offer instant, practical and authoritative employment law advice.
We pride ourselves on ensuring that we have a detailed understanding not only of your business, but also of the sector in which you operate. We believe this understanding is essential in order for us to provide practical and clear employment law advice to assist your business in its employment law requirements throughout its lifecycle. We understand that business is all about risk, so we balance our advice against practical realities to ensure that you can get on with running your business.
Our employment solicitors will guide and support you in managing your business in a way that suits you. We can hold your core documents on file so that we are ready to give instant advice and work as an extension of your business.
If you need help with this or any other employment issue, call our dedicated employment law specialist, Maeve Vickery. Alternatively, complete our online enquiry form and a member of the team will contact you as soon as possible.
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