The government has unveiled a series of employment law reforms aimed at boosting the economy and reducing costs for businesses. The measures include changes to the Working Time Regulations 1998, the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations (TUPE), and non-compete clauses. The measures are set out in the policy paper ‘Smarter Regulation to Grow
Business As Usual (BAU)
Managing staff issues and employment matters can be a significant drain on management time, but can also be a legal minefield. We are on hand to provide practical day-to- day advice on managing your employees
Talk to one of our friendly and experienced team on 01582 514000
We realise our clients need our input more during times of change or if a dispute arises, but we can also provide advice on ad-hoc queries you may have about managing your employees.
We can guide and support you through:
- Performance and sickness absence management;
- Disciplinaries and grievance processes;
- Discrimination claims;
- Employee relations issues;
- Structuring and implementing family-friendly policies;
- Managing senior-level resignations and dismissals.
These are just examples of some of the matters we handle for our corporate clients. However, we are also on hand to provide pre-emptive advice on how employers can best manage the risk of disputes arising by implementing appropriate policies and governance structures to help mitigate against disputes and, if a dispute does arise, to help you defend any resulting claim.