Natalie is an Employment Law specialist with over 10 years’ experience representing both businesses and individuals across a range of employment services including settlement agreements, discrimination, dismissals and redundancy.
Natalie offers straightforward legal advice on a range of employment law matters including settlement agreements, discrimination and dismissals. Natalie regularly advises both businesses and individuals, her proactive and practical approach ensures she is able to act quickly to deliver the right advice.
Natalie has an astute commercial awareness and understands the complexity of employment disputes, with over a decade of experience representing employers in sectors including retail, leisure and hospitality, communications and construction industries. Natalie can advise on HR issues, staff policies and disputes.
Recognising that workplace disputes can be stressful and difficult to navigate; Natalie provides clear and practical legal expertise to help clients overcome these challenges and to ensure they access the right solution to achieve the best possible resolution. She aims to make every situation as straightforward and as stress free as possible.
“My experience has been very good. Clear, professional advice and an efficient service. I felt I was in good hands and that my needs were understood, I received the right advice and then the correct outcome without anything getting difficult or nasty. I felt a very assured service with clear experience demonstrated in Employment Law related issues. I would recommend Rotheras, this is the second time I have used the firm for 2 different reasons and both times I found them professional, helpful and clear. They explain upfront the costs and this is helpful to make choices without pressure. ”
“I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for the way you helped and supported me through this process and for removing much of the pressure associated with the decisions I had to make in such a short space of time.”Mike Jones
“Thanks again for the efficient professional support and advice. I can now look to move forward!”Andrew Dixon
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Posted on 11/17/2020