Employment law is defined by the CIPD as an “area of law regulating the relationship between employers and employees, including what employers can expect from employees, what employers can ask employees to do, and employees' rights at work”.
Employment law covers a wide variety of topic such as: the legal requirements, checks and processes involved in recruitment; the terms and conditions of employment; data protection; holidays, working hours and pay; health and safety regulations; maternity and parental rights; discrimination; discipline, grievance and dismissal procedures; whistleblowing; employment tribunals; TUPE; and redundancy.
Our experienced team of employment law solicitors here at AJC Law we always endeavour to provide impartial and practical advice to our clients.
Our solicitors can advise on how to deal with varies employment law disputes:
Here at AJC Law we understand that work is a big part of your life. For example, when an employee starts a new job or when something goes wrong in their current role and they are unhappy, it can be an uncertain and stressful time which could lead to a drop in productivity. This is why we can help your employees with employment law advice at any stage of their employment.
We can act in the best interest of your company from the very beginning when you are recruiting new employees, all the way through to severance packages when employment ends. We will be there through it all If the relationship with your employees takes a turn for the worse - if they have a grievance, if you discipline them, if you are planning forced or voluntary redundancy, if you have to defend a claim in the Employment Tribunal - we can help.
We have an expert team of employment law solicitors ready to assist you and you will be provided with a dedicated solicitor, who you can meet in person and who will be available to help from beginning to end. We pride ourselves on our standard of care so that you will always have access to an expert you can trust.