Employment Law Solicitors in the Heart of London
Employment law is rapidly growing in importance for businesses. Legislation is currently going through major changes with regards to the spike in employment law cases, and many businesses are finding it hard to get right. The stakes for getting employment law wrong are staggeringly high, and the penalties are costly.
If you want your business to continue to succeed, it is greatly important to get your contracts of employment right. At Farani Taylor, we understand the importance of employment law for your business, and can offer expert advice on how to improve your procedure.
Don’t Take Any Risks with Your Employment Law Procedure
As an employer, you are responsible for everything that happens in your firm and to your employees during their working hours. This includes responsibility for their health and safety, and for the behaviour of employees. Therefore it is important to get your company policy absolutely right so your company doesn’t fail if something goes wrong.
In addition, every employee must have a contract of employment that abides by certain statutory rights set out by law. These entitle the employee to the minimum wage, to a fair dismissal and many other rights. If your contracts are in breach of these rights, then that part of the contract is deemed void.
If there is a problem with your employment procedure, whether it’s to do with a full time, part time or casual worker, then the mistake can be costly. Financially it could be a huge strain on your company, but it also may put your hard earned reputation at risk. That is why it is important to get your employment law exactly right at every stage.
What Can Our Employment Law Solicitors Do For You?
At Farani Taylor, we understand the importance of getting employment law right. Our solicitors can guide right from the interview process until the termination of your employees contract, with their up-to-date knowledge that will make sure you are not caught out.
Furthermore, in the unfortunate event that you are taken to an employment tribunal, we are happy to help you and advise you through what can be a stressful time.
Our solicitors have an excellent track record in achieving optimum results. We have acted on behalf of broad range of enterprises, from small businesses to medium sized companies as well as those with a national undertaking, across a range of sectors. We help our business clients eliminate unnecessary risks and effectively manage those that remain.
Our Employment law solicitors can offer advice on the following areas of concern:
- Employment Law Documentation: Helping your business to ensure all of your HR documents are compliant with the latest legislation, and stay that way.
- Contractors, Outsourcing and Agency Work: If your business takes on outsiders to carry out work for you, then we can advise you on this highly complex issue.
- Compromise Agreements: We offer our expertise when negotiating compromise agreements with employees and ensure that they comply with the latest legislation.
- Family Matters: Our solicitors can help you navigate the ever-changing legislation regarding maternity and paternity leave, adoptive leave, dependant leave and parental leave. We can also advise of time off for emergencies and applications for flexible working.
- Disputes: If your company is dealing with claims regarding bullying, discrimination, wages, or working hours, our lawyers are happy to support you.
- TUPE: Advising your business with what to do with your employees should your business be sold, transferred or if you take over another firm.
- Dismissals: Whether you need support with redundancies, fair dismissals or unfair dismissal disputes, our solicitors can offer clear and fair advice.
- Support for your Human Resources Department: We can offer advice and training for your HR department, whether it’s one off advice or support and updates of changes in employment law.
Free Advice on Employment Law
Our solicitors have expertise in all areas of British Employment Law, and so are happy to advise whatever your case may be. To arrange an initial assessment, contact us today on 0207 118 1666 and we will work together to resolve your matters effectively.