Employment Law for Employers

Maintaining a good working relationship with your employees is vital for a business to run smoothly and successfully. If employment issues do arise it is important to handle them quickly otherwise they can become time-consuming, costly and difficult to resolve.

The law surrounding employment issues can be confusing and complex, so it is crucial to get advice from someone with considerable experience in employment law to ensure you get the best possible advice.

Why use Rotheras for Employment Law for Employers?

At Rotheras our Employment Law for employers team have expertise in a variety of employment law matters, and our proactive and pragmatic advice ensures any issues with staff are resolved quickly, efficiently and affordably, reducing the risk to your business. 

We can advise businesses across a variety of industries and sectors.

Where possible we aim to resolve conflict and reach an agreement without having to go to a tribunal.

We are experienced in defending claims in the employment tribunals and employment appeal tribunals.

When you instruct us you will be assigned a dedicated member of our team who will deal with your case from start to finish.

We can help with drafting company handbooks.

We can help defend you against unfair dismissal claims.

We can help you with:

  • Employment contracts, policies and procedures
  • TUPE
  • Restrictive covenants and business protection
  • Discrimination complaints
  • Whistleblowing
  • Long-term sickness absence
  • Disciplinary grievance procedures
  • Restructuring and redundancy
  • Employment tribunals
  • Dispute resolution
  • Settlement agreements
  • Working time regulations
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