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Glaisyers Solicitors have exceptional expertise in helping employers fully understand employment law for business.

Our employment law solicitors are here to help you with a wide variety of employment disputes. Keeping up to date with employment legislation and regulations is essential for any business owner. Our experienced team of employment lawyers have the knowledge and experience to keep you informed and up to date with current legislation, giving you the peace of mind that your business is compliant at all times.

Our Employment team provides legal services to a wide range of companies across the UK – from owner managed businesses with 10 employees to PLC’s with over 2,500 employees, and across a range of sectors, including manufacturing, media, construction, transport, professional services, care and bio-sciences.

We provide clients with the highest quality advice, responding quickly to requests with pragmatic, commercial, uncomplicated advice.  If you are looking for professional advice delivered in a straightforward and easy to understand manner, please get in touch. We would be happy to discuss how we can support your business with its Employment Law and HR needs.

Our specialist areas include:

  • Business Transfers and Outsourcing (TUPE)
  • Disciplinary and Performance Related Proceedings
  • Discrimination
  • Employment Contracts, Policies and Procedures
  • Employment Tribunal Litigation
  • Flexible working and family friendly rights
  • Grievance Handling
  • Protected Conversations
  • Redundancy and restructuring
  • Service Agreements
  • Settlement Agreements
  • Sickness and Absence Management
  • Unfair Dismissal
  • HR Training
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