Employment Law for Business Owners

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”.

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Employment law is a subject which will affect almost all of us in our lives at some point, so it is vitally important to have a good grasp of it. Fundamentally, employment law is an area of law and legislation which covers the working relationship between employees and employers. Including but not limited to what your employers can look to expect from you and what they can and can’t ask you to do, and the rights you have at work.

At AJC Law we offer straightforward employment law advice. We resolve issues with your business needs in mind, we appreciate that your workplace and your business is unique which is why we understand your business a whole not just the law, this allows us to apply the law correctly to the problem. There is no one size fits all solution to any business problem.

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.

Employment law is an ever-changing area of law, our experts in employment law team will identify the best strategy for your business. We guide you every step of the way through mediation, negotiation or litigation. Our sole goal is to help you make the right decisions for your business so that you comply with the law. We also endeavor to keep you up to date with new legislative requirements that you may need to comply with. As part of our full-service package we will assist you in any way possible in order to to protect your business from possible future claims, and work with you to deal with employment issues.

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Employment Law solicitors for business owners Our experienced team of AJC employment law solicitors can assist you with a variety of issues including: -

  • New starters
  • Policies and procedures
  • Disciplinary action
  • Handling a grievance
  • Handling a whistleblowing disclosure
  • Restructuring, redundancy and TUPE – Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment)
  • Dismissals and settlement agreements
  • Tribunal claims
  • Pensions
  • Equality and Diversity
  • Training and seminars link to page about retainer pack and seminars

Employment law for business owners

As your own personal experienced employment law solicitors, we always endeavour to provide impartial and practical advice to our clients. We can also offer your employees with employment law advice at any stage of their employment.

Pre-emptive action to prevent law suits is always better than trying to fix a problem once it has occurred. At AJC we offer business support as an on-going preventative measure to head off problems before they become an issue. A dedicated employment law specialist will work closely with you to help manage all your employment issues - think of them as an outsources member of your core business team.

We always strive to act in the best interest of your company from the very beginning. We support you when you are recruiting new employees, all the way through to severance packages or termination agreements when employment ends. We will even be there If the relationship with your employees takes a turn for the worse.

Examples of issues that may arise with employees are: 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 are always on hand to offer 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.

Employment law for employees

You as an employee have rights in the workplace, these rights may differ depending on the contract you signed as the outset of your employment and the type of roll you have within the company, so it’s vital to know which rights apply to you. This can help ensure that you are always treated fairly in your job and that you are aware of your legal rights, should you encounter any problems in the workplace.

There are two different types of employee rights – firstly there is your Basic Statutory Rights which apply to every employee, and secondly there are the rights set out in your employment contract. Getting to grips with understanding your employment rights, and knowing if they are being broken, is the best way to ensure that you are being treated fairly at work.

Here at AJC Law we pride ourselves on understanding the perspective of any individual, however senior and experienced, when your employee rights are put up against the seemingly unlimited resources of an organisation it can be very intimidating. At AJC Law we understand how it can seem impossible to win when you are simply an ‘employee’ up against the ‘corporation’. During all proceeding we will explain your legal position and offer you practical solutions every step of the way. We are aware of the stressful affect employment disputes have on the individual and we seek to lessen this weight through open communication and clear advice, working hard to resolve your issue successfully.

Work is a big part of your life. AJC is here for when you start a new job or when something goes wrong in your current position, or if you are unhappy, it can be an uncertain and stressful time.

Employment Law solicitors for business owners Our experienced team of AJC employment law solicitors can assist you with a variety of issues including: -

  • Raising a grievance
  • Disciplinary action
  • Dismissals
  • Discrimination
  • Whistleblowing
  • Unlawful deduction of wages
  • Breach of contract
  • Redundancy and TUPE – Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment)
  • Settlement agreements
AJC Law can also advise you regarding pregnancy and work, maternity leave, paternity leave and flexible working.

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